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Genes in Medicine: Molecular biology and human genetic disorders
I. Rasko, C.S. Downes
Friday, September 30, 1994
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This stimulating book bridges the gap between molecular biology and human genetics. Specifically written for medical students and human geneticists, it is a valuable guide to a rapidly moving field.
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