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  • The Developing Genome: An Introduction to Behavioral Epigeneticsby David S. Moore

    Oxford University Press 2015; US$ 21.99

    Why do we grow up to look, act, and feel as we do? Through most of the twentieth century, scientists and laypeople answered this question by referring to two factors alone: our experiences and our genes. But recent discoveries about how genes work have revealed a new way to understand the developmental origins of our characteristics. These discoveries... more...

  • Dento/Oro/Craniofacial Anomalies and Geneticsby Agnes Bloch-Zupan; Heddie Sedano; Crispian Scully

    Elsevier Science 2012; US$ 74.95

    Dental defects may be the physical expression of genetic defects, and so they can often be seen in a variety of syndromes associated with malformations of organs. However, dental defects are often not recognized, identified, nor characterised despite representing a possible diagnostic sign for an undiagnosed condition. This book addresses this gap... more...

  • Duchenne Muscular Dystrophyby Alan E. H. Emery; Francesco Muntoni; Rosaline C. M. Quinlivan

    Oxford University Press 2015; US$ 97.99

    Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, an inherited and progressive muscle wasting disease, is one of the most common single gene disorders found in the developed world. In this fourth edition of the classic monograph on the topic, Alan Emery and Francesco Muntoni are joined by Rosaline Quinlivan, Consultant in Neuromuscular Disorders, to provide a thorough... more...

  • Epigenetics in Health and Diseaseby Igor Kovalchuk; Olga Kovalchuk

    Pearson Education 2012; US$ 99.99

    This is the first comprehensive, authoritative, and easy-to-understand introduction to modern epigenetics. Authored by two active researchers in the field, it introduces key concepts one step at a time, enabling students at all levels to benefit from it. The authors begin by presenting a historical overview that places epigenetics in context, and... more...

  • Females Are Mosaicsby Barbara Migeon

    Oxford University Press, USA 2007; US$ 62.99

    Women can be described as genetic mosaics because they have two distinctly different types of cells throughout their bodies. Unlike males, who have one X chromosome (inherited from their mother), females have two X chromosomes in every cell (one from each parent). The fathers copy works in some cells, while the mothers copy works in others. These two... more...

  • A Short History of Medical Geneticsby Peter S. Harper

    Oxford University Press, USA 2008; US$ 54.99

    An eminent geneticist, veteran author, OMMG Series Editor, and noted archivist, Peter Harper presents a lively account of how our ideas and knowledge about human genetics have developed over the past century from the perspective of someone inside the field with a deep interest in its historical aspects. Dr. Harper has researched the history of genetics... more...

  • Consanguinity – Its Impact, Consequences and Managementby Lutfi A. Jaber; Gabrielle J. Halpern

    Bentham Science Publishers 2014; US$ 49.00

    Consanguineous marriages have been practiced for hundreds of years, predominantly by Moslems. Although it is generally accepted among communities that the social advantages outweigh other, the rate of congenital malformations and genetic diseases among the offspring borne of consanguineous marriages is higher and an increase in sterility, rates of... more...

  • Oxford Handbook of Geneticsby Guy Bradley-Smith; Sally Hope; Helen V. Firth

    Oxford University Press 2009; US$ 54.99

    The Oxford Handbook of Genetics provides an essential overview of this complex subject, distilled into an accessible format for primary care practitioners and junior doctors. It can be used as an aide memoire to gain advice on dealing with individual patients during the working day, or as a reference text to be read over time. Combining the expertise... more...

  • Elsevier's Integrated Review Geneticsby Linda R. Adkison

    Elsevier Health Sciences 2011; US$ 42.95

    Effectively merge basic science and clinical skills with Elsevier's Integrated Review Genetics, by Linda R. Adkison, PhD. This concise, high-yield title in the popular Integrated Review Series focuses on the core knowledge in genetics while linking that information to related concepts from other basic science disciplines. Case-based questions at the... more...

  • Medical Biotechnologyby Judit Pongracz; Mary Keen

    Elsevier Health Sciences UK 2008; US$ 42.95

    British Medical Association Book Awards 2009 - Commended, Basic and Clinical Sciences This textbook is aimed at medical and other health science students to explain the practical clinical impact of new techniques in biotechnology. It does not set out to explain the minutiae of the techniques themselves. The book focuses on why these techniques are... more...