An A to Z of DNA science: what scientists mean when they talk about genes and genomes
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2001 - Medical - 125 pages
Medical science constantly demands our attention, as patients or relatives, concerned citizens, voters, investors, or simply curious individuals. But for those without training, the language of science is often hard to follow. The A to Z of DNA Science book series defines and illustrates specialized terms in ways that non-specialists can appreciate and enjoy. This volume focuses on the language of genes, genomes, DNA, biotechnology, and heredity, defining, explaining, and illustrating over 200 terms used in books, broadcasting, websites, and newspaper and magazine articles.
Try this search over all volumes: genetic marker
Results 1-0 of 0
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
23 pairs 46 Chromosomes(2n abnormalities Alagille syndrome allele allows researchers amino acids animal model bacteria base pairs BB 2 Bb billion base pairs birth defects body cause chemical Codon contain deletion diploid DNA sequence double helix exon function gene expression gene therapy genetic code Genetic Counseling genetic disease genetic map genetic marker genetic research geneticists germ line Haploid human chromosome human disease Human Genome Project Hybridization immune system immunodeficiency individual infections inherited introns karyotype known Melanoma messenger RNA metaphase million base mouse models mRNA mutation normal nucleotide nucleus occur oncogene organism pairs of chromosomes parent particular gene phenotype physical map piece of DNA polymorphism positional cloning primers pronucleus prostate cancer protein recessive Related terms result ribonucleic acid RNA SCID Scientists segment of DNA sex chromosomes specific sperm strand of DNA structure syndrome technique tissue trait Transgenic tumor suppressor gene virus YACs yeast artificial chromosome