That's One Running Stitch, One Cross Stitch, and a Guanine | GenomeWeb

Inspired by an artist and the Human Genome Project, Beverly St. Clair fashioned a way to represent different genomes in quilt patterns. Each base of a gene is a different kind of fabric square, which are then quilted together in the order of the gene.

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