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Human molecular genetics / Tom Strachan, Andrew P. Read

Main Author Strachan, Tom Coauthor Read, Andrew P. Language Inglês. Country Reino Unido. Edition 3 Publication Nova Iorque : Garland Science, 2004 Description xxv, 674 p. : fig. ; 28 cm ISBN 0815341849
0-8153-4184-9
Abstract Part 1: The basic. - DNA structure and gene expression. - Chromosome structure and function. - Cells and development. - Genes and pedigrees and populations. - Amplifying DNA: PCR and cell-based DNA cloning. - Nucleic acid hybridization: principles and applications. - Analyziging DNA and gene structure, variation and expression. - Part 2: The human genome and its relationship to other genomes. - Genome projects and model organims. - Organization of human genome. - Human gene expression. - Instability of the human genome: mutation and DNA repair. - Our place in the tree of life. - Parte 3: Mapping and identifying disease genes and mutations. - Identifying human disease genes. - Mapping and identifying genes conferring susceptibility to complex diseases. - Molecular pathology. - Cancer genetics. - Genetic testing in individuals and populations. - Part 4: New horizontes: into the 21st century. - Genetic manipulation of cells and animals. - New approaches to treating disease Topical name Molecular Biology
Genome, Human
CDU 575 Classification Genética
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Item type Current location Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode
Monografia Biblioteca NMS|FCM
QH 460 STR Hum-3 ed,2004 Available 20050136NL
Monografia Biblioteca NMS|FCM
QH 460 STR Hum-3 ed,2004 ex. 2 Available 20050137NL
Monografia Biblioteca NMS|FCM
QH 460 STR Hum-3 ed,2004 ex. 3 Available 20130129NL

Part 1: The basic. - DNA structure and gene expression. - Chromosome structure and function. - Cells and development. - Genes and pedigrees and populations. - Amplifying DNA: PCR and cell-based DNA cloning. - Nucleic acid hybridization: principles and applications. - Analyziging DNA and gene structure, variation and expression. - Part 2: The human genome and its relationship to other genomes. - Genome projects and model organims. - Organization of human genome. - Human gene expression. - Instability of the human genome: mutation and DNA repair. - Our place in the tree of life. - Parte 3: Mapping and identifying disease genes and mutations. - Identifying human disease genes. - Mapping and identifying genes conferring susceptibility to complex diseases. - Molecular pathology. - Cancer genetics. - Genetic testing in individuals and populations. - Part 4: New horizontes: into the 21st century. - Genetic manipulation of cells and animals. - New approaches to treating disease

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