(BQ) Part 1 book "Thompson & Thompson genetics in medicine" presents the following contents: Introduction to the human genome, human genetic diversity-mutation and polymorphism principles of clinical cytogenetics and genome analysis, the chromosomal and genomic basis of disease-disorders of the autosomes and sex chromosomes, genetic variation in populations,...
Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Genetic mapping of wild introgressions into cultivated peanut: a way toward enlarging the genetic basis of a recent allotetraploid
Human genetics is the medical field with the most rapid and, one can say, overwhelming
progress. The medical practitioner constantly needs to be up-to-date on the newest developments
in his field. The diversity and rapid dynamics of advancements in genetics can sometimes
overcome the assimilation possibilities of one person; thus, overspecialization for narrowing
and deepening the research focus is needed. Consequently, expert opinion is much
valued. This book aims to provide exactly such opinions regarding several genetic diseases.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Introduction to genetic analysis" presents the following contents: Genetics and the organism, patterns of inheritance, the chromosomal basis of inheritance, eukaryote chromosome mapping by recombination, the genetics of bacteria and their viruses, from gene to phenotype,... and other contents.
Crossing-over and genetic recombination. During chiasma formation, either of the two sister chromatids on one chromosome pairs with one of the chromatids of the homologous chromosome. Genetic recombination occurs through crossing-over and results in recombinant and nonrecombinant
chromosome segments in the gametes. Together with the random segregation of the maternal and paternal chromosomes, recombination contributes to genetic diversity and forms the basis of the concept of linkage.
Chapter 19 - Variation and selection in populations. This chapter involves the study of how genetic laws impact the genetic makeup of a population. Mendelian principles are the basis for the Hardy-Weinberg law which allows one to calculate allele and genotype frequencies from one generation to the next. The Hardy-Weinberg law can be used only if other forces are not acting on the allele frequency. Those forces include selection, migration, mutation, and population size.
(BQ) Part 1 book "Snustad principles of genetics" presents the following contents: The science of genetics, cellular reproduction, mendelism - the basic principles of inheritance, extensions of mendelism, the chromosomal basis of mendelism, the chromosomal basis of mendelism,...
(BQ) Part 1 book "Principles of genetics" presents the following contents: The science of genetics, cellular reproduction, mendelism the basic principles of inheritance, extensions of mendelism, the chromosomal basis of mendelism, variation in chromosome number and structure, the genetics of bacteria and their viruses, DNA and the molecular structure of chromosomes,... and other content.
progression is episodic in nature on a tooth site level, but more recently, it has been realized
that it is principally patient-based rather than site-based (Zia et al., 2011); the host related
risk factors could be the key to better understand disease evolution. The available evidence
shows that important risk factors for periodontal disease relate to poor oral hygiene, tobacco
use, excessive alcohol consumption, stress, and diabetes mellitus (Laurina et al., 2009; Taylor
& Borgnakke, 2008).
Plant response to reduced water availability and other abiotic stress (e.g. metals) have
been analysed through changes in water absorption and transport mechanisms and
also by molecular and genetic approach. A relatively new aspects of fruit nutrition are
presented in order to provide the basis for the improvement of some fruit quality
traits. The involvement of hormones, nutritional and proteomic plant profiles together
with some structure/function of sexual components have also been addressed.
Inflammatory bowel disease research is changing.
Progress in defining and treating these diseases is advancing
in lock step with the furious pace of technological
advances that continue to refine the tools of discovery.
With sequencing of the entire genome completed, genetics
research is providing direction for molecular and immunological
in vivo and in vitro investigation, which in
turn directs the development of targeted therapeutics.
Tham khảo sách 'novel insights on chronic kidney disease, acute kidney injury and polycystic kidney disease', y tế - sức khoẻ, y học thường thức phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả
refers to the ability of the event notiﬁcation service to provide a powerful data
model with which to capture information about events, to express ﬁlters and
patterns on notiﬁcations of interest, and to use that data model as the basis
for optimizing notiﬁcation delivery.
To be effective, risk management needs to be an ongoing and meaningful element in the management of the
plan. The plan needs to do more than a ‘tick and flick’ exercise at the commencement of the project; it needs
to identify who is responsible for reviewing risks on a regular basis, and how this will be done.
How and when such theoretical uncertainty will translate into actual market movements will
depend on market dynamics. Because of extreme monetary ease, short-term interest rates
have been close to zero for some time and markets expect policy rates to remain low. The
yield curve is quite steep yet long-term interest rates are very low by historical standards.
Graph 4 shows that the US dollar term spread has been around 250–350 basis points since
Since publication of the first edition of CRC Desk Reference
of Clinical Pharmacology in 1998, dramatic discoveries in
molecular medicine, along with rapid concomitant technological
advances, have revolutionized the diagnosis and
treatment of a broad range of human diseases with new
medications. Given the rapid pace of new discovery,
genetic- and cell-based therapeutics have now become a
common part of the physicians’ armamentarium. A few
examples will be given concerning two leading causes of
death—cancer and cardiovascular diseases—to illustrate this....
This book provides recent developments and advances in research on Down syndrome.
It covers a wide range of topics, including investigations on prenatal diagnosis and
screening, genetic counseling, neoplastic disease, congenital heart disease, dentistry
and oral health, obesity, molecular genetics and neurological disorders in Down syn‐
drome. It is also a resource for scientists and research workers who wish to learn more
about Down syndrome. To date, well over one hundred chromosome syndromes have
been reported. Whilst on an individual basis many of these are...
Source: Modified from TA Roth, L Merlotti in SA Burton et al (eds), Narcolepsy 3rd International Symposium: Selected Symposium Proceedings, Chicago, Matrix Communications, 1989.
Narcolepsy affects about 1 in 4000 people in the United States and appears to have a genetic basis.
The year 2004 witnessed what was probably the most highly
publicized fingerprint error ever exposed: the case of Brandon Mayfield, an
Oregon attorney and Muslim convert who was held for two weeks as a
material witness in the Madrid bombing of March 11, 2004, a terrorist
attack in which 191 people were killed. Mayfield, who claimed not to have
left the United States in ten years and did not have a passport, was
implicated in this attack almost solely on the basis of a latent fingerprint found on a bag in Madrid containing detonators and explosives in the
aftermath of the bombing.