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Latest issue of Wellcome News on-line

  September, 28 1999 23:01
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The latest issue of Wellcome News, the Wellcome Trust's free quarterly publication containing news and articles relating to the world of medical science is now available.

Special features in this issue include:

- Genomic Medicine: how genomics is likely to transform health

- Introduction to functional genomics

- SNPs: what SNPs are and how they are used

- Microarrays: why they're important, what they are, how they are being used

- Population collections: what they might be, why they will be useful

- Attitudes to genetic knowledge about schizophrenia

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