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Product Information About The Product. This introductory reference provides a practical, concise summary of everything a physician needs to know about ...

Although the glossary is well written and very thorough for concepts and terms relevant to many of the chapters, I believe it suffers from a lack of terms important to practitioners of genomic medicine. The chapter on genome databases provides solid background regarding the information currently available in the public domain. Lastly, the author discusses model organisms and the potential of comparative genomic studies to improve our knowledge of the human genome.

Although it is still not clear just what the impact of genomics will be on the diagnosis and treatment of many common diseases, one thing is clear: there is an urgent need to educate medical care providers about both the capabilities of and—probably more importantly—the limitations of “genomic medicine. We have an urgent need to facilitate the development of genomic literacy in medical practitioners.

I believe that this book succeeds in meeting the former goal but falls short of the mark on the latter goal. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Written by a molecular biologist/bioinformatics expert from the Department of Cell Biology at the New York University School of Medicine, this book evolved from the author’s experience teaching an elective medical genomics course offered to NYU medical students. Of note, several concepts of real current importance to the clinician were not covered here: mosaicism and imprinting are two examples.

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    Essentials of Medical Genomics

    If you are not a biologist or MD, and want to see where the application of genomics to medicine is going, try Brown's book. In clear language, he and other writers explain the key ideas and promises in this field. Although it is still not clear just what the impact of genomics will be on the diagnosis and treatment of many common diseases, one thing is clear: there is an urgent need to educate medical care providers about both the capabilities of and—probably more importantly—the limitations of “genomic medicine.

    Like what can be done with massive genomic databases, by aiding the search for inherited diseases, and isolating these to certain places in the DNA. Prime members enjoy FREE Two-Day Shipping and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. The chapter on genome databases provides solid background regarding the information currently available in the public domain.

    However, this chapter, at 32 pages in length, occupies almost 14% of the book’s text—probably an allocation that is a little out of proportion in comparison with the 11 pages devoted to testing technologies already of clinical importance in nonresearch settings. Although it is an excellent brief summary of issues surrounding genetic testing in the clinic, I was really struck by the fact that only 11 pages of relatively large-print text (out of 274 total pages) were devoted to this subject in a book that is marketed primarily to current and future clinicians. We have an urgent need to facilitate the development of genomic literacy in medical practitioners. I believe that the book would have benefited substantially from the further involvement of Dr.

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