"...very readable...I would recommend this text to students studying human molecular genetics as well as those involved in their instruction." (American Journal of Medical Genetics, June 15, 2006)
"...tailor-made to address...[the] need for a textbook...more focused on the nature and characterization of common, classical genetic diseases...an excellent book that will be applicable to a wide range of students." (The Quarterly Review of Biology, June 2006)
"An excellent course book or text to read for updating the established investigator." (American Journal of Therapeutics, March/April 2006)
"This book would make a worthy addition to any geneticist's library." (Clinical Chemistry, February 2006)
"The abundance of clearly presented information renders this textbook a chef d'oeuvre." (New England Journal of Medicine, January 5, 2006)
From the Publisher
Up-to-the-minute research and numerous references cited throughout.
"From the Human Genetics Files" sections in each chapter present historical and innovative applications and contributions of Human Molecular Genetics (like the use of DNA analysis to identify the remains of the Russian Imperial family).
Full-color insert illustrates the latest cytogenetic imaging techniques (FISH, SKY). --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.