Protein Dysfunction in Human Genetic Disease

Protein Dysfunction in Human Genetic Disease

By: D.M. Swallow (editor), Y. H. Edwards (editor)Hardback

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Recent years have seen rapid advances in our understanding of genetic diseases in terms of their molecular origins. In almost all cases where disease genes have been cloned, the mutations in the DNA sequence which are responsible for the clinical phenoty


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  • ISBN13: 9781859960363
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 272
  • ID: 9781859960363
  • weight: 634
  • ISBN10: 1859960367

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