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This book sets out to cover the fundamentals of the subject without the details in a much larger genetics text in order to provide background reading for those not studying the subject. Current areas of research are discussed such as cystic fibrosis with gene directed drugs, genetic analysis of Richard III remains or reconstructing woolly mammoth haemoglobin. It will be useful to a wide audience from chemists, pharmacists and healthcare professionals.
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