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  1. Thompson & Thompson Genetics in Medicine: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access by Robert MD Nussbaum MD, Roderick R. McInnes MDPhDFRS(C), et all 2007-06-08
  2. Introduction to Genetic Analysis (Loose Leaf) by Anthony J. F. Griffiths, 2010-12
  3. The Cartoon Guide to Genetics (Updated Edition) by Larry Gonick, Mark Wheelis, 1991-08-14
  4. Genetics For Dummies (For Dummies (Math & Science)) by Tara Rodden Robinson, 2010-05-03
  5. Human Molecular Genetics by Tom Strachan, Andrew Read, 2010-04-02
  6. Medical Genetics: With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access (MEDICAL GENETICS ( JORDE)) by Lynn B. Jorde PhD, John C. Carey MDMPH, et all 2009-09-28
  7. Introduction to Genetic Analysis Solutions MegaManual by William Fixen, 2007-03-05
  8. Genetics: From Genes to Genomes by Leland Hartwell, Leroy Hood, et all 2006-10-09
  9. Genetic Rounds: A Doctor's Encounters in the Field that Revolutionized Medicine by Robert Marion, 2010-10-05
  10. Genetic Roulette: The Documented Health Risks of Genetically Engineered Foods by Jeffrey M. Smith, 2007-01-31
  11. Genetics (Paper) by Benjamin Pierce, 2010-12-01
  12. Schaum's Outline of Genetics, Fifth Edition (Schaum's Outline Series) by Susan Elrod, William Stansfield, 2010-01-11
  13. Genetic Twists of Fate by Stanley Fields, Mark Johnston, 2010-09-30
  14. The Journey of Man: A Genetic Odyssey by Spencer Wells, 2004-02-17

1. GeneTests Home Page
Medical genetics knowledge base. NIH funded, expertauthored descriptions of inherited disorders. Covers genetic testing in diagnosis and management and genetic counseling of patients.
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Welcome to the GeneTests Web site, a publicly funded medical genetics information resource developed for physicians, other healthcare providers, and researchers, available at no cost to all interested persons. Use of this Web site assumes acceptance of the
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GeneReviews Online publication of expert-authored disease reviews Laboratory Directory International directory of genetic testing laboratories Clinic Directory International directory of genetics and prenatal diagnosis clinics Educational Materials
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New Features Revision History section added to GeneReviews New in GeneReviews New Lab Listings 18 new listings GeneTests is a supplement to and not a substitute for medical advice. Patients with specific questions about genetic counseling or testing should contact their healthcare provider or a genetics clinic. GeneTests does not endorse, advertise, or sell products or services.

2. Council For Responsible Genetics
Advocacy and coalition building form the core of the CRG's work in our program areas of genetic discrimination, patenting of life forms, and food safety and environmental quality.
is America's first and only magazine dedicated to monitoring biotechnology's social, ethical and environmental consequences. Past articles can be found in our archives . To find out more about subscribing to GeneWatch and having it delivered to your doorstep six times a year, just click here

Edited By Sheldon Krimsky and Peter Shorett
Foreword by Bill McKibben
Science in the Private Interest
BOOKSTORE PROGRAMS Cloning and Human Genetic Manipuation Genetic Testing, Privacy and Discrimination Biotechnology and Agriculture Biowarfare ... Other Genetic Issues PROJECT SITES Genetics and the Law Boston University Biodefense Campaign for the Peaceful Development of the Biological Sciences NEW FROM CRG BU and Boston Officials Delayed Disclosing Biolab Infections Plan to Engineer Smallpox Virus Causes Alarm Mistakes Happen: Accidents and Security Breaches at Biocontainment Laboratories Boston Residents Should Decide Future of Biolab ... Biodefense FAQ WHO WE ARE The Council for Responsible Genetics fosters public debate about the social, ethical and environmental implications of genetic technologies. CRG works through the media and concerned citizens to distribute accurate information and represent the public interest on emerging issues in biotechnology.

3. Human Genetics Commission - Home Page
Governmental advisory body on how new developments in human genetics will impact on people and on health care. Includes topic resources on issues covered.
Human Genetics Commission
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We are the UK Government's advisory body on new developments in human genetics and how they impact on individual lives. We give the Government advice on human genetics with a particular focus on the social, ethical and legal issues. One of our key roles is to promote debate and to listen to what the public and our stakeholders have to say. We are committed to openness and transparency. The Commission is chaired by Baroness Helena Kennedy QC and is made up of twenty-four members including experts in genetics, ethics, law and consumer affairs. We also have a consultative panel of people who have direct experience of living with genetic disorders and who act as a sounding board for our reports and recommendations.
Choosing the future: analysis of responses
Key dates
21st HGC Plenary Meeting
The Commission will meet in London to discuss their draft report on reproductive decision making. You are welcome to attend this meeting as an observer.

4. Genetics Online
Publishes the results of original research in genetics, biochemistry and molecular biology. Includes article abstracts. Full text requires subscription.
A periodical record of investigations bearing on heredity and variation Publish-Ahead-of-Print launched September 2004! View Future Titles
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September 12, 2005 GUESTBOOK SUBSCRIPTIONS EDITORIAL BOARD INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS ... TOCS VIA EMAIL For faster access to Genetics Online from these locations use this URL:

Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, The Netherlands, UK. (More Information) The Genetics Society of America publishes Genetics Stanford University Libraries' HighWire Press assists in the publication of Genetics Online Print and Online ISSN: 0016-6731

5. BioScience Research Tool: Genetics
Specialized directory of online tools and resources selected for geneticists.
BioScience Research Tool: Genetics
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This web site provides you with hundreds of advanced online tools and resources, selected by BioScientists for BioScientists. Home Add a Resource Modify a Resource What's New ... Search Categories:
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  • Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project - The Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project (BDGP) is a consortium of the Drosophila Genome Center (funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute, National Cancer Institute, and the Department of Energy), and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (through its support of work in the Gerald Rubin and Allan Spradling laboratories). pop (Added: 16-Apr-1999 Hits: 743)
  • Center for Genome Research - The Center for Genome Research at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. pop (Added: 14-Apr-1999 Hits: 748)
  • Center for Medical Genetics - Marshfield, WI USA - The Center for Medical Genetics is dedicated to producing new research results in the field of human genetics, with a focus on the hunting for genes which influence human disease. pop (Added: 22-May-1999 Hits: 973)
  • Blocks WWW Server - Blocks are multiply aligned ungapped segments corresponding to the most highly conserved regions of proteins. Block Searcher, Get Blocks and Block Maker are aids to detection and verification of protein sequence homology. They compare a protein or DNA sequence to a database of protein blocks (current version), retrieve blocks, and create new blocks, respectively.

6. Genetic Science Learning Center
Helping people understand how genetics affects their lives and society.

7. Genetics -- Archive Of Issues By Date
genetics Please Sign the Guestbook HOME HELP FEEDBACK SUBSCRIPTIONS, ARCHIVE, SEARCH Copyright © 2005 by the genetics Society of America.

HELP FEEDBACK SUBSCRIPTIONS ARCHIVE SEARCH Archive of All Online Issues: Jan 1916 - Aug 2005
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8. Wing-N-Wave Labradors Genetics
Introduction to coat color genetics of the Labrador, including a detailed list of all recognized color genotypes and their corresponding phenotypes including Agouti (A) and Brown (B) series.
Home What's New About Wing-N-Wave Purchasing a Labrador ... Canine Legislature Pamela A. Davol, 76 Mildred Avenue, Swansea, MA 02777-1620
A Guide to
Coat Color Inheritance in the Labrador Retriever
Coat Color
  • The Labrador retriever coat colors are black, yellow and chocolate. Any other color or combination of colors is a disqualification. A small white spot on the chest is permissible, but not desirable. White hairs from aging or scarring are not to be misinterpreted as brindling. Blacks : Blacks are all black. A black with brindle markings or a black with tan markings is a disqualification. Yellow : Yellows may range in color from fox-red to light cream; with variations in shading on the ears, back and underparts of the dog. Chocolate : Chocolates can vary in shade from light to dark chocolate. Chocolate with brindle or tan markings is a disqualification....From The Official AKC Standard of the Labrador Retriever
Phenotype and Genotype...or what are Labs made of?
The American Kennel Club classifies a Labrador Retriever into three color categories; what is known in genetic analysis as

9. Genetics Education Center
Resources for educators interested in human genetics and the human genome project. The site is maintained by Medical genetics, University of Kansas

10. Genetic Science Learning Center
An educational resource that explains how genetics relates to our lives and society. Activities for students, teachers and all others curious about genetics.
Genetic Science Learning Center
at The University of Utah
About Us
Feedback Teacher Resources and Lesson Plans
Helping people understand how genetics affects their lives and society. The Basics and Beyond
What is DNA? What are chromosomes? What are cells made of? Find answers to these and other questions. Genetic Disorder Corner
What are genetic disorders and how are they caused? What do genetic counselors do? The Biotechniques Laboratory
Belly up to our interactive lab bench and practice basic molecular biology techniques. Stem Cells in the Spotlight
Stem cells are the body's main building blocks. Explore the biology of stem cells, their potential uses in medicine and some of the challenges facing stem cell research. Pharmacogenomics:
Drugs Designed for You

What if your doctor could choose medical treatments, guaranteed effective, based on your genetic makeup? Explore the future of genomics-based medicine. Cloning in Focus
What's the real story with cloning? Find out how it's done, examine potential uses for cloning technologies and explore the related ethical, legal and social issues. Gene Therapy: Molecular Bandage?

11. Breeding And Genetics Page 1
Common misconceptions about genetics.
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Here are some common misconceptions about breeding and genetics in general. If you breed a long haired rabbit to a normal or rex furred rabbit, you will get normal fur. The exceptions to this are long haired carrying rex or normal and rex carrying the wool gene. Normal is dominant, rex, and wool are recessive. If you breed a Satinized rabbit to a non satinized rabbit, you will only get normals. Of course all of these offspring can throw satins, but they are not satinized themselves. Normal is dominant, satin is recessive. If you breed a lop to a non lop, you will get funny looking rabbits with one ear up and one ear down, or they look like airplane wings. This is a big no no because many lop crosses have jaw alignment problems. You don't have to breed rabbits of the same color together, it is recommended for some colors, because it produces darker, clearer color, but you do not have to. BEW (blue eyed whites) do not cause the Harlequin gene. It is a gene all by itself. A BEW can mask the gene, but it does not cause it. It does however cause the white markings on colored rabbits. These rabbits are known as sports, dutchmarks, mismarks, and carriers. Some sports do not show any markings at all. These are nice because they can be registered and shown where sports with markings can not. A REW (ruby eyed white) can also be a BEW in disguise.

12. Genetics Virtual Library
This web site is a subject catalog covering genetics in the biosciences.

13. Genetic Science Learning Center
Using genetics to save endangered species. Genes and Blood Type. The role of genes in blood, blood types, and blood transfusions.
Genetic Science Learning Center
at The University of Utah
About Us Feedback ... Teacher Resources and Lesson Plans
The basics... Tour of the Basics
Are you a little confused by all the talk about DNA and genes? Try our animated tour! Inside a Cell
See the components that make up the cells of living things. From DNA to protein... Build a DNA molecule
You've heard about the DNA code letters AGCT, but how do they comprise a DNA molecule? Find out by building one yourself. Transcribe and Translate a Gene
See how cells "read" the information in a DNA sequence to build a protein, then build one yourself! Discover How Proteins Function
Find out how scientists investigate protein function by analyzing gene sequences. And beyond... What Makes a Firefly Glow?
An animated example of transcription and translation. Conservation Genetics
Using genetics to save endangered species. Genes and Blood Type The role of genes in blood, blood types, and blood transfusions. Genes Determine Body Patterns How and why certain genes control how an arm becomes an arm and leg becomes a leg. Mystery of the Stolen Artifacts Examine DNA evidence to solve a mystery.

14. The Center For The Study Of Technology And Society - Biotechnology
A field that brings together agriculture, genetics, cloning, health, medicine and reproductive technology. The Center is a nonprofit research and educational group based in Washington, D.C.
Special Focus Pages:
Genome Patents
Designer Babies
Top News DEBATE:
Our Biotech Future (National Review, issue dated 5 Mar 01) OPINION: Eugenics Coming Soon to a Country Near You (National Review, 27 Feb 01) Gene Therapy Prevents Cancer in Mice (BBC, 26 Feb 01) Adopting Frozen Embryos (NY Times, 25 Feb 01 - free registration required) Goats Engineered to Produce Spider Silk in Their Milk (Forbes, issue dated 19 Feb 01) Online Rush to Buy Human Eggs (BBC, 16 Feb 01) Doctors Believe "Brain Pacemakers" Can Treat Wide Range of Illnesses (Wall St. Journal, 16 Feb 01 - free subscription required) The Human Body is Not "Built to Last" (Science Daily, 13 Feb 01) Consumers Want Engineered Food Labeled (Washington Post, 13 Feb 01) A New Genetic Window on Curing Diseases (Washington Post, 11 Feb 01) ESSAY: Implications of the Human Genome Project for Medical Science (Journal of the American Medical Association, 7 Feb 01)

Animated, online textbook which covers the basics of genetic inheritance through methods of DNA analysis, and geared towards those without a

16. Genetics Education Center
Resources for educators interested in human genetics and the human genome project. The site is maintained by Medical genetics, University of Kansas Medical
Genetics Education Center
University of Kansas Medical Center For educators interested in human genetics and the human genome project Human Genome Project Resources (books, videos, curricula) Lesson Plans Networking Genetic Conditions Careers ... Search The Human Genome Project

17. Cat Fanciers: Color Genetics
Explains the genes behind cat coat colors including whites, Siamese and Burmese, Abbyssinian, bicolors, and tricolors.
Cat Colors FAQ: Cat Color Genetics
This FAQ covers common cat colors, basic color terminology, and color genetics.
  • Common Cat Colors (separate file)
    If you want to read about which colors are commonly seen in cats, or if you want to know what your cat's color is called, read section A. Cat Color Genetics (this file)
    If you are interested in the genetics of different colors and in what colors are theoretically possible, read section B. Section B is more technical. You may want to read section A first to become familiar with cat color terminology.
Pigmentation White Cats Ticking and Tabby Patterns Shading ... A Note about Genetic Notation
Domestic cats exhibit a rich variety of coat patterns and colors. The names given to these colors and patterns are increasingly based on genetic theory. Many people have expressed confusion over the names that cat fanciers apply to the coat colors and patterns, so this article has been written to help explain the names given to the possible colors and patterns, and why these names are applied. This article attempts to introduce and describe the colors and patterns of domestic cats and the names that are given to them. It does not attempt to explain the mechanisms of inheritance nor the formulas for calculating the possible outcomes of particular breedings.

18. Genetics Online
Publishes the results of original research in genetics, biochemistry and molecular biology. Includes article abstracts. Full text requires

19. Genetics Articles, Jobs And Information: Genetics @
genetics articles and information from the nature publishing group s wide ranging science resources. Nature genetics, nature jobs,
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20. What Is Genetics?
Why genetics? What is genetics? Why study genetics in a postgenome era? genetics is a powerful tool for post-genomics.

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