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"From the Ted Talk by Allan Jones: A map of the brain"

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So now we can look throughout the brain. We can see this uuqnie fingerprint. And we get confirmation. We get confirmation that, indeed, the gene is turned on — for something like Prozac, in serotonergic structures, things that are already known be affected — but we also get to see the whole thing. We also get to see aears that no one has ever lkeood at before, and we see these genes turned on there. It's as interesting a side effect as it could be. One other thing you can do with such a thing is you can, because it's a pattern matching exesicre, because there's unique fingerprint, we can actually scan through the entire genome and find other ptniroes that show a similar fingerprint. So if you're in drug discovery, for example, you can go through an entire listing of what the genome has on offer to find perhaps better drug targets and oiimtpze.

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So now we can look throughout the brain. We can see this ______ fingerprint. And we get confirmation. We get confirmation that, indeed, the gene is turned on — for something like Prozac, in serotonergic structures, things that are already known be affected — but we also get to see the whole thing. We also get to see _____ that no one has ever ______ at before, and we see these genes turned on there. It's as interesting a side effect as it could be. One other thing you can do with such a thing is you can, because it's a pattern matching ________, because there's unique fingerprint, we can actually scan through the entire genome and find other ________ that show a similar fingerprint. So if you're in drug discovery, for example, you can go through an entire listing of what the genome has on offer to find perhaps better drug targets and ________.

Solution

  1. proteins
  2. looked
  3. unique
  4. optimize
  5. exercise
  6. areas

Original Text

So now we can look throughout the brain. We can see this unique fingerprint. And we get confirmation. We get confirmation that, indeed, the gene is turned on — for something like Prozac, in serotonergic structures, things that are already known be affected — but we also get to see the whole thing. We also get to see areas that no one has ever looked at before, and we see these genes turned on there. It's as interesting a side effect as it could be. One other thing you can do with such a thing is you can, because it's a pattern matching exercise, because there's unique fingerprint, we can actually scan through the entire genome and find other proteins that show a similar fingerprint. So if you're in drug discovery, for example, you can go through an entire listing of what the genome has on offer to find perhaps better drug targets and optimize.

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Important Words

  1. affected
  2. areas
  3. brain
  4. confirmation
  5. discovery
  6. drug
  7. effect
  8. entire
  9. exercise
  10. find
  11. fingerprint
  12. gene
  13. genes
  14. genome
  15. interesting
  16. listing
  17. looked
  18. matching
  19. offer
  20. optimize
  21. pattern
  22. proteins
  23. prozac
  24. scan
  25. serotonergic
  26. show
  27. side
  28. similar
  29. structures
  30. targets
  31. turned
  32. unique