sábado, 10 de mayo de 2014

Handbook - Genetics Home Reference

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Handbook - Genetics Home Reference

DNA is a double helix formed by base pairs attached to a sugar-phosphate backbone.

Genetics Home Reference: your guide to understanding genetic conditions

Table of Contents

  1. Cells and DNA
    Cells, genes, and chromosomes
  2. How Genes Work
    Proteins, cell growth, and cell division
  3. Mutations and Health
    Gene mutations, chromosomal changes, and conditions that run in families
  4. Inheriting Genetic Conditions
    Inheritance patterns and understanding risk
  5. Genetic Consultation
    Finding and visiting a genetic counselor or other genetics professional
  6. Genetic Testing
    Benefits, costs, risks, and limitations of genetic testing
  7. Gene Therapy
    Experimental techniques, safety, ethics, and availability
  8. The Human Genome Project
    Sequencing and understanding the human genome
  9. Genomic Research
    Next steps in studying the human genome

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