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Molecular diagnostics by Ralph Rapley

Molecular diagnostics

by Ralph Rapley

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The influence of molecular biology on medicine is steadily rising, with important implications for those researching the causes and processes of disease as well as for those involved in its diagnosis and treatment. This book is aimed at research clinicians working on problems as diverse as cystic fibrosis and the molecular biology of cancer, who need to know about the most relevant techniques in molecular biology and how they can apply them to their own work.

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