Human Genetic Mapping with Anonymous Markers

Author: Martin Nicklin
Submitted: Wednesday 29th of September 2010 12:37:49 PM
Submitted by: Mohammed-E Twfieg
Language: English
Content type: Learning resource
Educational levels: qc1, qc2


A lecture in human genetics that was delivered as part of MSc in Molecular Medicine at the University of Sheffield in 2009.


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Martin Nicklin. Human Genetic Mapping with Anonymous Markers. EUROGENE portal. September 2010. online:

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