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The film's title is based on the first letters of the four DNA nitrogenous bases (Adenine, Cytosine, Guanine, and Thymine) . During the credits the letters G , C , T and A are all highlighted.

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Gattaca is the name of the place where the main character worked. It is also part of the letters G T A C. These are initials of four DNA bases.

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The signaficance of the word GATTACA is the G,T,A, and C are the four base molecules and it is the name of the company in the movie.

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Where does the word gattaca originate from?

The word Gattaca derived from the 4 DNA nitrogen bases: G(Guanine) A(Andenine) T(Thymine) and C(Cytosine)


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The four "bases" in DNA are G, A, T, and C So it's a word made up from those four letters.


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