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Cancer is always a genetic disease, as it results from genetic defects in cells. In the majority of cases, the accumulation of genetic changes in a tissue is random, and the tumour is termed sporadic. In a fraction of cases, however, all the cells of the body carry an inborn genetic defect, which in ...
In the past twenty years the demand for clinical genetic services and genetic counselling has increased enormously alongside the major advances in genetic science. Although accurate genetic counselling relies on a firm medical diagnosis, accepted definitions of genetic counselling also emphasise the ...
Traditional human inheritance follows the same laws Gregor Mendel described and analysed for plants. In humans, both dominant and recessive genes play a role in causing disease and, moreover, our sexual species suffers from disorders that affect differentially males and females known as X linked di ...
A series of lectures given during the 2nd Course in The integration of cytogenetics, microarrays and massive sequencing in biomedical and clinical research
A series of lectures given during the 2nd Course in The integration of cytogenetics, microarrays and massive sequencing in biomedical and clinical research
Part E of the 2nd Course in The integration of cytogenetics, microarrays and massive sequencing in biomedical and clinical research
Part D of the 2nd Course in The integration of cytogenetics, microarrays and massive sequencing in biomedical and clinical research
Part C of the 2nd Course in The integration of cytogenetics, microarrays and massive sequencing in biomedical and clinical research
Part B of the 2nd Course in The integration of cytogenetics, microarrays and massive sequencing in biomedical and clinical research
Part A of the 2nd Course in The integration of cytogenetics, microarrays and massive sequencing in biomedical and clinical research
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