6 edition of Genetic variation and human disease found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 315-343) and index.
|Statement||Kenneth M. Weiss.|
|Series||Cambridge studies in biological anthropology|
|LC Classifications||RB155 .W35 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 354 p. :|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||92049275|
Genetic variation is the variation in alleles and genes, both within and among populations. Think of a population as a family unit. Think of a population as a family unit. Some of this variation may have functional consequences, for example in disease states and complex characters such as stature or intelligence, but much variation in DNA appears to be neutral.
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Genetic Variation and Human Disease: Principles and Evolutionary Approaches (Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology) Currently unavailable. Modern laboratory and computing advances have made it possible to identify which genes are responsible for a disease (or other biological traits) and to identify those by: As noted earlier, one of the benefits of understanding human genetic variation is its practical value for understanding and promoting health and for understanding and combating disease.
We probably cannot overestimate the importance of this benefit. First, as Figure 5 shows, virtually every human disease has a genetic component. In some. DNA from the Beginning. This note covers the following topics: Children resemble their parents, Genes come in pairs, Some genes are dominant, Genetic inheritance, Genes are real things, cells arise from pre-existing cells, Sex cells, Specialized chromosomes determine gender, Chromosomes carry genes, Evolution begins with the inheritance of gene variation, Mendelian laws apply to human beings.
Genetic variation can also explain some differences in disease susceptibility and how people react to drugs. Genetic variation is important in evolution. Evolution relies on genetic variation that is passed down from one generation to the next.
Favourable characteristics are ‘selected’ for, survive and are passed on. This book provides an overview of the concepts and methods needed to understand the genetic basis of biological traits, including disease, in humans. Using examples of qualitative and quantitative phenotypes, Professor Weiss shows how genetic variation may be quantified, and how relationships between genotype and phenotype may be : Kenneth M.
Weiss. The second edition of Human Genome Epidemiology is primarily targeted to basic, clinical, and population scientists involved in studying genetic factors in common diseases. In addition, the book focuses on practical applications of human genome variation in clinical practice and disease prevention.
I for one have added this book to my collection of references on carrying out genetic studies on the underlying causes of disease and drug response in human and mouse populations.'' --Nature Genetics ''Not only did this editorial team assemble an impressive group of accomplished scientists as authors, but they produced a book of broad scope 4/4(1).
In Genetic Variation: Methods and Protocols, expert researchers address the rising importance of genome variation, both at the level of the individual and in population-based studies of disease, with a collection of detailed protocols reflecting the nature and impact of genetic variation on human phenotypes.
The contributions cover a majority. Human genomic variation is particularly important because a very small set of these variants are linked to differences in various physical traits: height, weight, skin or eye color, type of earwax, and even specific genetic diseases.
Abstract. Population genetics is the science of genetic variation within populations of organisms. Population genetics focuses on the origin, amount, frequency, distribution in space and time, and phenotypic significance of that genetic variation, and with the microevolutionary forces that influence the fate of genetic variation in reproducing populations.
Genetics and Genomics of Eye Disease: Advancing to Precision Medicine thoroughly examines the latest genomics methods for studying eye disease, including complex eye disorders associated with multiple genes.
GWAS, WES, WGS, RNA-sequencing, and transcriptome analysis as employed in ocular genomics are discussed in-depth, as are genomics findings.
Get this from a library. Genetic variation and human disease: principles and evolutionary approaches. [Kenneth M Weiss] -- Recent developments in molecular and statistical methods have made it possible to identify the genetic basis of any biological trait and have given rise to.
The Genomes Project set out to provide a comprehensive description of common human genetic variation by applying whole-genome sequencing to a diverse set of individuals from multiple populations. Cataloging Human Genetic Variation The world's largest, most detailed catalog of human genetic variation—used by disease researchers around the world—has more than doubled in size.
The newly published information will provide deeper insights into the genomic basis of human disease. Genetic Variation and Human Disease: Principles and Evolutionary Approaches (Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology) by Weiss, Kenneth M.
and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Almost every human trait and disease has a genetic component, whether inherited or influenced by behavioral factors such as exercise. Genetic components can also modify the body’s response to environmental factors such as toxins.
Understanding the underlying concepts of human genetics and the role of genes, behavior, and the environment is important for appropriately collecting and applying. An enormous amount of human genetic data has been collected, and understanding the breadth and complexity of human variation presents one of the greatest scientific challenges of our time.
In particular, interpretation of genetic variation and its relevance to disease is critical for the success of precision medicine programs.
This book provides an overview of the concepts and methods needed to understand the genetic basis of biological traits, including disease, in humans. It will appeal to many biologists and biological anthropologists interested in this field, as well as to epidemiologists, biomedical scientists, human geneticists and molecular biologists.
Understanding human genetic variation And, of course, some variation leads to disease Single-gene disorders like cystic fibrosis and Huntington disease We are also learning more about the contribution of genetic variation to more “common” conditions, such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and psychiatric disorders like schizophrenia and.
Preface. Advances in human genetics are expected to play a central role in medicine and public health in the 21 st century by providing genetic information for disease prediction and prevention. Although human gene discoveries generate excitement and expectations, the translation of gene discoveries into meaningful actions to improve health and prevent disease depends on scientific information.
Human genetic variation is the genetic differences in and among may be multiple variants of any given gene in the human population (), a situation called two humans are genetically identical.
Even monozygotic twins (who develop from one zygote) have infrequent genetic differences due to mutations occurring during development and gene copy-number variation.The GHD Study Section will review applications involving the discovery, application and interpretation of genetic and genomic variation in human phenotype and disease.
The List of Reviewers lists all present, whether standing members or temporary, to provide the full scope of expertise present on that date.Genetics is a branch of biology concerned with the study of genes, genetic variation, and heredity in organisms.
Though heredity had been observed for millennia, Gregor Mendel, a scientist and Augustinian friar working in the 19th century, was the first to study genetics scientifically.
Mendel studied "trait inheritance", patterns in the way traits are handed down from parents to offspring.