Medical Biochemistry

August 1999
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Aug99 Supplement, Vol. 22, pS28
Academic Journal
Presents several case studies pertaining to medical biochemistry. Simultaneous detection of the hemochromatosis gene mutations C282Y and H63D; Maintenance tool for proMD rule files; Stability of the Bax (G)8 microsatellite in localized stage T2 and T3 adenocarcinoma of the prostate.


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