Genetic Polymorphisms and Susceptibility to Disease
Mark Steven Miller, Maureen Cronin
Taylor & Francis, Apr 27, 2000 - Science - 288 pages
Genetic Polymorphisms and Susceptibity to Disease provides a reference for established researchers in genetic research. The book provides a broad but thorough overview of how allelic gene differences influence disease susceptibility in the human population, and will be a useful reference to researchers across a range of disciplines, for example, oncology, cardiology and immunology . In addition, this book serves as a primer for students first entering the field of genetic research.
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