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Genetics of Colorectal Cancer

Genetics of Colorectal Cancer
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Genetic susceptibility refers to how variations in a person's genes increase or decrease his or her susceptibility to environmental factors, such as chemicals, radiation and lifestyle (diet and smoking). This volume will explore the latest findings in the area of genetic susceptibility to gastrointestinal cancers, focusing on molecular epidemiology, DNA repair, and gene-environment interactions to identify factors that affect the incidence of GI cancers. Topics will include germ line susceptibility, including Mendelian patterns of inheritance and gene-environment interactions that lead to cancer etiology.
Springer; February 2009
303 pages; ISBN 9780387095684
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