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How the Human Genome Works

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By: Edwin H McConkey
118 pages, Figs
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett
How the Human Genome Works
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Explains the basics of the human genome: what it is, what it does, and its implications in health and disease. In seven clear and concise lectures, Dr. McConkey conveys the essentials of what we know about genes and gene expression, how mutations lead to simple and complex disorders, and how the rapid advance in our understanding of the human genome is impacting the practice of medicine.

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By: Edwin H McConkey
118 pages, Figs
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett
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