Full text of the Guide to the Human Genome Scherer, Stewart published by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
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The Guide to the Human Genome is an extensive resource that provides easy access to information about human genes and their roles in specific processes. With numerous illustrations and tables, each of the nearly 300 sections of the Guide describes genes involved in a specific pathway, process, or structureÂ—from the molecular and cellular levels to developmental and physiological processes. The these sections contain links to more information about proteins encoded by more than 17,000 known or predicted human genes.
Holdings: curent ed.
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