The impact of Genetic Medicine on common and rare genetic disorders

Author: Giovanni Romeo
Submitted: Thursday 3rd of November 2011 09:14:35 AM
Submitted by: egf
Language: English
Content type: Learning resource
Educational levels: expert, qc2, qc3


METHODOLOGICAL WORKSHOP given during the ESGM First Summer Course in Comparative Health.


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Giovanni Romeo. The impact of Genetic Medicine on common and rare genetic disorders. EUROGENE portal. November 2011. online:


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