Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press has printed The Dog and Its Genome, a e book for canine house owners that explores the canine well being implications of the lately printed canine genome sequence within the journal Nature.
The e book comprises chapters on breed golf equipment, canine historical past and origins, breed traits and morphology, genomics and genome group, genetic illness and gene mapping, most cancers, gene remedy and conduct.
It was edited by Elaine Ostrander, Ph.D., head of comparative genetics and chief of the most cancers genetics department for the National Human Genome Research Institute, and Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, PhD, co-director of the genome sequencing and evaluation program on the Broad Institute at MIT.
Information on the right way to order the e book is on the market on the CSHL Press web site.
Posted: Dec. 28, 2005, 3p.m. EST