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Faculty Publications - 1989 8 records found Search took 0.17 seconds. 
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Although cystic fibrosis (CF) is among the most common inherited diseases in Caucasian populations, the basic biochemical defect is not yet known. CF is inherited as an a [...]
01 November 1985 | article |
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Ideally skeptical inheritance supports exactly those inferences true in every credulous extension of an inheritance hierarchy. We provide a formal definition of ideally s [...]
01 February 1988 | article |
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Clovers are a new mechanism for object-oriented languages that relax the constraints of the conventional type/instance distinction. Clovers provide a new definition of ob [...]
01 January 1989 | article |
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To identify the chromosomal location of a gene responsible for familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, we used clinical and molecular genetic techniques to evaluate the mem [...]
01 November 1989 | article |
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We used molecular genetic techniques and multipoint linkage analyses to locate the gene responsible for cutaneous malignant melanoma-dysplastic nevus. We evaluated 99 rel [...]
01 May 1989 | article |
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We report the construction of a linkage map of the human genome, based on the pattern of inheritance of 403 polymorphic loci, including 393 RFLPs, in a panel of DNAs from [...]
01 October 1987 | article |
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The genetic locus for neurofibromatosis 1 (NF1) has recently been mapped to the pericentromeric region of chromosome 17. We have genotyped eight previously identified RFL [...]
01 January 1989 | article |
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The use of DNA markers known as restriction fragment length polymorphisms is a sensitive and informative method of distinguishing patient and allogeneic donor cells after [...]
01 August 1986 | article |

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