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Principles of Molecular Medicine, 2nd ed.

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2007 - Winter


with contributions by Jean Bolognia, M.D. ’66, professor and vice chair of clinical affairs (dermatology), Daniel Goldstein, Ph.D., assistant professor of medicine (cardiology), and Stephen M. Strittmatter, M.D., the Vincent Coates Professor of Neurology and professor of neurobiology (Humana Press) This volume contains new sections on genetics, oncology and metabolic and infectious diseases. The authors discuss the latest findings about links between genetic mutations and diseases; genomic approaches to a variety of diseases; the potential of stem cells to regenerate muscle, heart and neural cell populations; and advances in the understanding of the biology of such previously untreatable neurodegenerative diseases as Huntington’s.

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