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MCDB1A-F2007-christoffersen-part4-4pg - Molecular Biology...

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1 Co In E Molecular Biology and Medicine Chpt. 17 Genetic Basis of Disease Genetic Markers RFLP mapping Human Genome Project Genetic Screening Gene Therapy 125 125 125 Co In E Figure 17.3 Genetic Diseases of Membrane Proteins: Cystic Fibrosis 126 126 126 Co In E Figure 17.6 A Fragile-X Chromosome at Metaphase 127 127 Co In E Figure 17.10 The CGG Repeat in the Fragile-X Gene Expands with Each Generation 128 128
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2 Co In E Figure 17.7 Strategies for Isolating Human Genes 129 129 129 Co In E Figure 17.8 RFLP Mapping (Part 1) 130 130 130 Co In E Figure 17.8 RFLP Mapping (Part 2) 131 131 Co In E Animation 17.1 DNA Testing by Allele-Specific Cleavage 138 138
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3 Co In E Constructing a Genetic Linkage Map. From Primer on Molecular Genetics Denise Casey (Department of Energy) 132 132 132 Co In E Genetic Markers Linkage relationships can be very useful for predicting genetic outcomes If two genes are linked, the inheritance of one allele is closely associated with the inheritance of the allele of the other gene located on the same chromosome.
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