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  • Streptomyces in Nature and Medicine: The Antibiotic Makersby David A. Hopwood

    Oxford University Press 2007; US$ 57.99

    This is an insiders account of 50 years of genetic studies of the soil-inhabiting microbes that produce most of the antibiotics used to treat infections, as well as anti-cancer, anti-parasitic and immunosuppressant drugs. The book begins by describing how these microbes the actinomycetes were discovered in the latter part of the nineteenth century,... more...

  • A Compendium of Inherited Disorders and the Eyeby Elias I. Traboulsi

    Oxford University Press 2005; US$ 119.99

    During the past two decades, our understanding of the molecular genetics of inherited eye diseases, their classification, and management has undergone a huge expansion as the field of human genetics has benefited from technological advances and increased interest by physicians and scientists in all fields. As a result, the amount of clinical and basic-science... more...

  • Epigenetic Cancer Therapyby Steven Gray

    Elsevier Science 2015; US$ 150.00

    Epigenetic Cancer Therapy unites issues central to a translational audience actively seeking to understand the topic. It is ideal for cancer specialists, including oncologists and clinicians, but also provides valuable information for researchers, academics, students, governments, and decision-makers in the healthcare sector. The text covers... more...

  • The Bedside Dysmorphologistby William Reardon

    Oxford University Press 2015; US$ 67.99

    The Bedside Dysmorphologist is a thoughtful clinical guide to common--and often quite subtle--congenital malformations in clinical exam. Organized by area of the body, each section provides the user with a concise, illustrated roadmap for assessment and differential diagnosis of highly nuanced elements of dysmorphology. Narrated by a world-class clinical... more...

  • New Advances in Pediatric Neurologic and Developmental Disorders in the Era of Genomics, An Issue of Pediatric Clinics of North America,by Gyula Acsadi

    Elsevier Health Sciences 2015; US$ 98.99

    Neurodevelopmental diseases affect three percent of children and the specific cause is difficult to determine in many cases. Genetic research uncovered many loss or gain of function mutations in genes that are associated with synaptic development and or remodeling. However, more an more data are accumulating regarding the importance in gene regulations... more...

  • Super Genesby Deepak Chopra; Rudolph E. Tanzi

    Ebury Publishing 2015; US$ 20.78

    "You are not simply the sum output of your genome," write Deepak Chopra and Rudy Tanzi, Director of the Genetics and Aging Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital. "You are the user and inventor of your genome." For years it was accepted knowledge that genes were fixed components of our bodies, and that we as individuals were incapable... more...

  • The Language of Lifeby Francis Collins

    Profile Books 2010; US$ 11.98

    We are in the midst of a medical revolution: in just a few years, we will be able to have our complete DNA sequenced at an affordable cost. Analysing the content of our genomes will allow a powerful estimate of our future risks of illness - from cystic fibrosis and Huntington's disease, to cancer and diabetes - which will help us devise our own personalised... more...

  • On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selectionby Charles Darwin

    Electric Book Company 1997; US$ 4.95

    When it was first published The Origin of Species aroused immense opposition and heated controversy. Darwin's views offended, not only old-fashioned naturalists, but theologians and clerics. Based largely on his experience as a naturalist while on a five-year voyage aboard the H.M.S. Beagle, The Origin of Species set forth a theory of evolution... more...

  • Genes for Saleby Joseph Henry Vogel

    Oxford University Press 1994; US$ 139.99

    This text details a solution to species loss: the privatization of genetic information. It makes the case that the world should abandon the doctrine of "the common heritage of mankind" and create private property rights over genes. more...

  • Genetics for ENT Specialistsby Dirk Kunst; Hannie Kremer; Cor Cremers

    Remedica Medical Education and Publishing 2005; US$ 45.00

    This book provides practitioners with a concise overview of advances in the important field of ENT genetics and will facilitate improved management of patients with ENT disorders. more...