An Introduction to Human Molecular Genetics : Mechanisms of Inherited Diseases
by Jack J. Pasternak
Fitzgerald Science Pr Inc
4th edition (August 1999)
An Introduction to Human Molecular Genetics provides lucid, cutting-edge coverage of the molecular genetics of human inherited diseases. This new text explains the interaction of genes and their products, and the consequences of these mechanisms on disease states in major organ systems such as the muscle, nervous system, and eye. The inclusion of some basic biology of each system provides a broader context for the study of disease than can be found in other Human Genetics texts. The book's coverage and level makes it ideally suited as a text for advanced undergraduate, graduate, and basic medical school courses in human genetics.
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