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Published May, 2012
By Marilyn Warda
Publisher: Ingrams (First Edition Design Publishing)

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3 cutting-edge books reveal the latest genetic breakthroughs and their implications for you, your health, and your world These three cutting-edge books reveal how modern genetics has already transformed the world and will transform it again and again in the coming years. Mobile DNA book thoroughly reviews our current scientific understanding of the significant role that mobile genetic elements play in the evolution and function of genomes and organismsfrom plants and animals to humans. Renowned geneticist Haig Kazazian offers an accessible intellectual history of the field's research strategies and concerns, explaining how advances have opened up new questions, and how new tools and capabilities have encouraged still more progress. He introduces today's key strategies for advancing the field, and previews long-term research strategies that may lead to even deeper insights. Next, in Investigating the Human Genome, leading medical genetics scholar Moyra Smith reviews current and recent work in genetics and genomics to assess progress in understanding human variation and the pathogenesis of common and rare diseases linked to genetics. You'll discover how these advances are shedding new light on issues ranging from human origins to psychiatric disease, Alzheimer's to epigenetics. Finally, in Genes, Chromosomes, and Disease, Nicholas Wright Gillham offers an exceptionally readable overview of the rise and transformations of medical genetics and of the eugenic impulses that it has inspired. From world-renowned leaders and experts, including Haig H. Kazazian, Moyra Smith, and Nicholas Wright Gillham

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Published October, 2011
By Srikant Sarangi, Angus Clarke and Michael Arribas-Ayllon
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

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Published April, 2014
By Georgina Ferry
Publisher: Pimlico
Few scientists have thought more deeply about their calling and its impact on humanity than Max Perutz (1914-2002). Born in Vienna, Jewish by descent, lapsed Catholic by religion, Max came to Cambridge in 1936, to join the lab of the legendary Communist thinker J D Bernal.

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Published July, 2010
By Alexandra Plows
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Examines public debate on emerging developments in medical genetics, including cloning, gene therapy, gene patenting, biobanks, genetic testing and screening, and pharmacogenomics.

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Published February, 2010
By Jon Queijo
Publisher: Pearson (FT Press)
Series: FT Press Science
Why are you alive right now? Chances are, you owe your life to one of the remarkable medical discoveries in this book. Maybe it was vaccines. Or antibiotics. Or X-rays. Revolutionary medical breakthroughs like these haven't just changed the way we treat disease, they've transformed how we understand ourselves and the world we live in. In Breakthrough! How the 10 Greatest Discoveries in Medicine Saved Millions and Changed Our View of the World, Jon Queijo tells the hidden stories behind history's most amazing medical discoveries. This isn't dry history: These are life-and-death mysteries uncovered, tales of passionate, often-mocked individuals who stood their ground and were proven right. From germs to genetics, the ancient Hippocrates to the cutting edge, these are stories that have changed the worldand, quite likely, saved your life.

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Published February, 2010
By Jon Queijo
Publisher: Pearson (FT Press)

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Published March, 2006
By Christine Evans and Peter Harper
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This manual is essential reading for genetic counsellors and counsellors of all disciplines.

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Published January, 2008
By Ronald M. Green
Publisher: Yale University Press
Outlines the capabilities of genomic science, addresses urgent questions of safety that genetic interventions pose, and explores questions of parenting and justice. This book also examines the religious implications of gene modification.

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