Genes, Genomes and Human Disease, Part 1

9/24/2013; 84 minutes

Katherine M. Hyland, PhD, Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, and an affiliate member of the Institute for Human Genetics at UCSF describes how genetics contributes to human disease and explains basic genetic terminology. Learn about the organization of the human genome, its variations, and potential phenotypic consequences. (#25133)

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