The Human Genome Project: hereditary diseases and implications for gene therapy.
Nelson, Karen E.
In: Zilinskas, Raymond A.; Balint, Peter J., eds. The Human Genome Project and Minority Communities: Ethical, Social, and Political Dilemmas. Westport, CT: Praeger; 2001: 11-20.
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