1 edition of Progress in human genetics found in the catalog.
Progress in human genetics
Papers presented at 3rd International Symposium on Genetics, Health, and Disease, organised by Guru Nanak Dev University, from Nov. 30-Dec. 4, 1995.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Jai Rup Singh, Karl Sperling, Heidemarie Neitzel, eds.|
|Contributions||Singh, Jai Rup., Sperling, Karl., Neitzel, Heidemarie., Guru Nanak Dev University., International Symposium on Genetics, Health, and Disease (3rd : 1995 : Guru Nanak Dev University)|
|LC Classifications||QH431 .P7946 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 419 p. :|
|Number of Pages||419|
|LC Control Number||99932699|
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In this third of a continuing series of essays by investigators from many fields but with a common interest in human genetics, each of the participants, as in the first two volumes shows particular competence in the area he discusses. The editors have done an admirable job in continually improving the over-all quality of the volume. The Human Genetics Commission (HGC) has published its final report, which marks the end of its 12 years as an advisory body to the Government. Following a review of arm's-length and non-departmental public bodies in October , it was decided the HGC would be reconstituted as a Departmental Expert Committee.
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All this, as well as the extensive progress in most other fields of human and medical genetics, had to be considered in the prepara tion of this second edition.
The book has been extensively revised and rewritten.