The Calculation of Genetic Risks: Worked Examples in DNA Diagnostics

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"It will be the basic aim of this book," writes Peter J. Bridge, "to impart to the reader the fundamentals of how we start with laboratory results and end up with numbers representing genetic risks." This practical guide for both clinical and research geneticists explains how to calculate an individual's genetic risk based on information available from genetic testing and from family pedigrees. Bridge begins with the general theory of estimating genetic risks, then progresses through familial and isolated cases, both simple ...

The Calculation of Genetic Risks: Worked Examples in DNA Diagnostics 1997, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801857447

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The Calculation of Genetic Risks: Worked Examples in DNA Diagnostics 1993, Johns Hopkins University Press

ISBN-13: 9780801846786

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