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Genetic Disorders by Maria Puiu (ed.)

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Genetic Disorders
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535108863
Number of pages: 344

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Human genetics is the medical field with the most rapid progress. This book aims to provide an overview on some of the latest developments in several genetic diseases. The book is a valuable resource for medical practitioners, researchers, biologists and students in various medical sciences.

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