HMB441H1 - Genetics of Human Disease
Most diseases have a genetic component. Toronto researchers present current insight into the genetics of specific human diseases: single gene (e.g., cystic fibrosis), chromosome (e.g, Down syndrome) and multifactorial inheritance (e.g., heart disease) disorders.
Prerequisite: 4th-year status; HMB265H1/BIO260H1; HMB301H1/302H1/311H1/312H1/314H1/321H1/322H1
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