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Mutations in Human Genetic Disease

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Mutations in Human Genetic Disease
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535107903
Number of pages: 294

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In this volume, a number of different authors from diverse backgrounds describe how the nature, location and frequency of different types of mutation causing inherited disease are shaped in large part, and often in remarkably predictable ways, by the local DNA sequence environment.

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