Wiley Encyclopedia of Molecular Medicine Volume 5
The field of molecular biology is revolutionizing human medicine and the applications of molecular biology to medicine are expanding. Encyclopedia of Molecular Medicine brings together those aspects of medicine that have significance at the molecular level, plus advances in molecular biology that are relevant to medicine. With over 1,700 separate primary entries, this comprehensive encyclopedia sets the standard for reference works in this rapidly expanding field. Edited by one of the most renowned names in the field of protein science, the coverage in Encyclopedia of Molecular Medicine is multilayered, ranging from the organ to the cell to the molecular and includes extensive cross-referencing. Geneticists, biochemists, molecular biologists, medical researchers, and doctors with either an academic or industrial background will find the Encyclopedia of Molecular Medicine an essential resource.
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"a valued resource both in hard copy and electronic version" (Int Jnl of Biochemistry and Cell Biology, No. 34, 2002) "as a concise reference resource it is a remarkable achievement and its all too evident utility demands that it should be a high priority for institutional libraries." (Human Genetics, No.110, 2002)