|Title:||Medical Population Genetics: For Genetic Epidemiology and Pharmacogenetics|
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|ePUB size:||1990 kb|
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|Publisher:||Springer (November 15, 2004)|
Home All Categories Medical Population Genetics: For Genetic Epidemiology and Pharmacogenetics. ISBN13: 9781852337629. Medical Population Genetics: For Genetic Epidemiology and Pharmacogenetics.
Medical Population Genetics: For Genetic Epidemiology and Pharmacogenetics.
Stylianos E. Antonarakis Department of Genetic Medicine and Development University of Geneva Medical School and University Hospitals of Geneva 1 rue Michel-Servet 1211 Geneva Switzerland Stylianos. Arno G. Motulsky Professor Emeritus Departments of Medicine (Division of Medical Genetics) and Genome Sciences University of Washington School of Medicine Box 35 . Pacic St. Seattle, WA 98195-5065 USA [email protected]
PDF The book contains the substance of the lectures and partly of the practices of the subject of ‘Genetics and Genomics’ held in Semmelweis University for medical, pharmacological and dental students. The book contains the substance of the lectures and partly of the practices of the subject of ‘Genetics and Genomics’ held in Semmelweis University for medical, pharmacological and dental students. The book updated in 2016 starts with a short introduction to basic genetics and molecular biology and then topics from human genetics mainly from medical point of views.
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Evolutionary and Population Genetics.
She is leading an effort to understand the implications of genetic variation in over 100 membrane transporters on clinical drug response. Studies include a focus on the anti-diabetic drug metformin and on anti-cancer drugs, have demonstrated that common variants of membrane transporters contribute to variation in drug response.
Michael Cho. Associate Physician, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School. Genome-wide Association, Disease Subtyping, Rare Variant Analysis, COPD, Lung. Metabolomics, Multivariate GWAS, Next-generation Sequencing, Statistical Genetics, Musculoskeletal Genetics & Bioinformatics. Frank Hu. Professor of Nutrition and Epidemiology Department of Nutrition Department of Epidemiology. Population and Medical Genetics, Genetic Ancestry and Admixture, Gene Expression, Resequencing. Professor, Department of Genetics Harvard Medical School Associate, The Broad Institute.
Human genetics, with its emphasis on molecular concepts and techniques, has become a key discipline in medicine and the biomedical sciences.