genetic defect

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Surveillance for birth defects and genetic diseases

Genetic Epidemiology of Birth Defects: Nonsyndromic Cleft Lip and Neural Tube Defects

Genetic defects in sterol synthesis, absorption, and degradation into bile acids

Genetic control of oxidative phosphorylation and experimental models of defects

Genetic defects causing mitochondrial respiratory chain disorders and disease

Genetic syndromes and congenital heart defects: how is surgical management affected?

Genetic parameters of egg defects and egg quality in layer chickens

Neuronal copper homeostasis susceptibility by genetic defects in dysbindin, a schizophrenia susceptibility factor

Relative Susceptibilities of Male Germ Cells to Genetic Defects Induced by Cancer Chemotherapies

Inositol Prevents Expression of a Genetic Model of Neural Tube Defects in Mice

FINDbase: a relational database recording frequencies of genetic defects leading to inherited disorders worldwide

Renal vein thrombosis as a presenting symptom of multiple genetic pro-coagulant defects

A common genetic defect in nicotine metabolism decreases risk for dependence and lowers cigarette consumption

Motor cortex activation by transcranial magnetic stimulation in ataxia patients depends on the genetic defect

Genetic ablation of cyclooxygenase-2 in keratinocytes produces a cell-autonomous defect in tumor formation


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Any alteration in the genetic information carried in an individual organism, the effect of which is to produce a phenotype that is at a disadvantage in competing with a normal ...

Subjects: Chemistry.

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