Chromosomal Variation in Man:
by Digamber S Borgaonkar
Publisher: National Center for Biotechnology Information 2012
Number of pages: 1175
This volume provides an unparalleled means of reviewing the world literature on all common and rare chromosomal alterations and abnormalities. Organized for easy access, coverage is divided into the three main subject areas: variations and anomalies, numerical anomalies, and chromosomal breakage syndromes. The Catalog documents information on the availability of mutant cell lines and presents chromosome alterations with a list that cross-references band numbers.
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