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The most common mutations are SNPs

The application of molecular genetic approaches to the study of human evolution
Nature Genetics 2003; 33: 266-275
Cavalli-Sforza And Feldman MW.

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Tell it like it is.

The Bible is God’s WORD and  it clearly reveals the correct Timeline for this universe which differs so radically from the Secular Timeline of billions of years. 343 more words

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Would you Want to Find out About an Inherited Genetic Condition?
12 February 2014

This week’s Health Check is a special programme about living with… 101 more words


Genomic medicine (Sci Transl Med. 2013)

Genomic medicine: a decade of successes, challenges, and opportunities.
Sci Transl Med. 2013 Jun 12;5(189):189sr4.
McCarthy JJ1, McLeod HL, Ginsburg GS.

In most cases, genomic medicine tools remain in the realm of… 144 more words


Patterns of linkage disequilibrium (2002)

Patterns of linkage disequilibrium in the human genome
Nature Reviews Genetics 3, 299-309 (April 2002)
Kristin G. Ardlie, et al.

Particular alleles at neighbouring loci tend to be co-inherited. 101 more words


Mitosis - fun with modelling clay

Mitosis has to be one of the more beautiful things in nature. It’s a choreographed dance of the chromosomes. It’s so small that we can’t see it without a microscope, but it goes on in our bodies… 541 more words


Glucosidase I: Could targeting N-linked glycosylation of proteins help us fight viral infection?

Viruses are sneaky.  As you probably already know from your last bout with the common cold or the flu, for most viral infections doctors will simply prescribe plenty of water and bed rest.   944 more words