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Company Promega
Item Genetic Mapping of Disease Genes
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Description Edited by I.H. Pawlowitzki, J.H. Edwards and E.A. Thompson (1997) • This volume covers: Linkage in dominant recessive and oligogenic disease, Model free (non-parametric) methods, Tools for gene mapping and applications.
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