Advances in Genetics: Volume 32
In the Foreword to Volume 32, Drs. Friedmann and Giannelli suggest: "Progress toward a thorough characterization of the human genome is stunningly rapid and exceeding many of its earliest expectations. Disease-related genes will be falling from the skies faster than we can understand them, and mechanisms responsible for the pathogenesis of disease will be illuminated more quickly and readily than ever before. "With comprehensive and timely reviews, Advances in Genetics incorporating Molecular Genetic Medicine offers with every volume further insight into this expanding field of medicine, supplementing the continued expert coverage of all other areas of genetics pioneered by Advances in Genetics.
- Hardback | 322 pages
- 156 x 230 x 22mm | 621.43g
- 23 Jun 1995
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
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Table of contents
F.D. Ledley, After Gene Therapy: Issues in Long-Term Clinical Follow-Up and Care.
E. Beutler, Gaucher Disease.
T.S. Pillay,W.J. Langlois, and J.M. Olefsky, The Genetics of Non-insulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus.
P.M. Green, J.A. Naylor, and F. Giannelli, The Hemophilias.
T.P. Knecht and C.K. Glass, The Influence of Molecular Biology on our Understanding of Lipoprotein Metabolism and the Pathobiology of Atherosclerosis.
R.C. Eisensmith and S.L.C. Woo, Molecular Genetics of Phenylketonuria: From Molecular Anthropology to Gene Therapy.
N.J. Royle, The Proterminal Regions and Telomeres of Human Chromosomes.