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Volume 61 , Issue 3 May Pages Having flicked through this book more than once I started to read it at the beginning!
The narrative is informal, yet informative.
Refreshingly, genetics is begun from the perspective of chromosomes and not the usual rigmarole of nucleic acids moving through nucleosides into nucleotides and finishing at DNA.
We are talking serious heredity here. The anecdotal style is unfamiliar and occasionally tedious but the stories do stay with you.
The contents are comprehensive and range from the genetic mapping of disease genes through to an impressively up-to-date chapter on human gene therapy. The requisite chapters on basic science are included but their position in the book is such that one is just beginning to wonder how something is achieved.
The chapters covering the molecular genetics of cancer syndromes, neurological disorders and mitochondria disorders do contain enough distinct material to make them all worthwhile. Certainly, the arrangement of the material is a little strange at times, some of the terminology is not familiar to this reviewer at least, and one is left asking whether the occasional social comment should make it into a textbook? However, despite this I do recommend this book, and strongly.
The coverage is modern and well referenced. All the essentials are there.