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(1) Any systematic collection of laws, regulations, or rules.(2) Shorthand for any of the various building codes,such as, for example,“This historic property has been updated and meets all current code requirements.”

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The genetic code uses a 64-letter alphabet called codons.
Our genetic code is our software and our cells are constantly, dynamically reading that genetic code, making new proteins," the scientist said addressing a press conference.
Central to the process are four fluorescent dyes, each of which binds to one of four DNA 'bases' - the components of the genetic code.
A collaboration between the Wellcome Trust, the Institute for Genome Research and Stanford University is close to publishing the entire genetic code of the Plasmodium falciparum, the parasite responsible for the lethal form of malaria.
Lladro's genetic code is "everlasting, impressive art," a concept the family-owned Spanish company plans to convey in its new products, said Lladro, who is the creative director and supervisor of product research and development at Lladro.
But that theory may have been quashed by the February completion of the Human Genome Project, which mapped all of the body's genetic code.
BRITISH scientists have helped map the entire genetic code of a plant for the first time.
Anyone who wants to reproduce my genetic code may do so; I'm still the original.
With the recent news that the preliminary map of the Human Genetic Code has been completed, CRS Robotics Corporation (TSE:ROB), Burlington, Ontario, Canada, has announced that several members of the International Genomic research team were CRS customers.
A TEAM of private-sector scientists is to publish the first complete map of the human genetic code within weeks.
Rockville, MD; 301-309-8504) said the company agrees with President Clinton's reported opposition to broad patents covering the human genetic code as well as his reported support for patenting "specific discoveries and developments that have a clear and definable benefit.
Diet recommendations based on a person's genetic code would be much more helpful than general nutritional guidelines or even personalized diets based on family history, he maintains.