Volume 13, Issue 4, July 1987

ISSN: 0740-7750 (Print) 1572-9931 (Online)

In this issue (31 articles)

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    Conference Proceedings: The Next 25 Years in Human Genetics

    Introduction

    Theodore T. Puck, Richard L. Davidson Pages 359-360
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    Polymorphic DNA markers on the human genomic map: Signposts for localization of unknown genes

    Ray White Pages 361-363
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    Genetic mapping in chromosome 21 and its implications for Down's syndrome and other diseases

    David Patterson Pages 365-372
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    Genetic mapping of human chromosome 11: Use of human cell surface antigens

    Carol Jones Pages 373-374
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    Chromosome microdissection and microcloning in human molecular genetics

    Fa -Ten Kao Pages 375-380
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    Computational tools for using and analyzing DNA sequences

    Walter Goad Pages 391-395
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    Multiple recurrent genomic rearrangements and fragile sites in human cancer

    Jorge J. Yunis Pages 397-403
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    Mutation in mammalian cells: Theory and implications

    Theodore T. Puck, Charles A. Waldren Pages 405-409
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    Steps toward experimental measurement of total mutations relevant to human disease

    C. A. Waldren, T. T. Puck Pages 411-414
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    Detecting sequence changes in a gene

    Leonard S. Lerman Pages 419-422
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