Human Genetics: The Molecular Revolution

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Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 1993 - 322 pages
Begins with molecular characterization of the human genome (rather than the conventional descriptions of Mendelian inheritance, pedigree analysis, and chromosome abnormalities), and maintains this emphasis on understanding human genetics in molecular terms throughout. Suitable as a text for biology

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The Molecular Era
5
Chromosomes
12
Isolation of Individual Chromosomes
37
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Professor Emeritus, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

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