Handbook of Human Genetic Linkage
by Joseph Douglas Terwilliger, Jurg Ott
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press 1994
Number of pages: 221
This is a practical guide to human linkage analysis, with emphasis on the use of various computer programs. Little theoretical background will be provided. Much of this book consists of detailed instructions on how to carry out linkage analyses such that also novices will be able to successfully complete them.
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