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Human Genome Epidemiology (2nd ed.): Building the evidence for using genetic information to improve health and prevent disease

“The findings and conclusions in this book are those of the author(s) and do not
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These chapters were published with modifications by Oxford University Press (2010)

 


Chapter 4 - Navigating the evolving knowledge of human genetic variation in health and disease

Marta Gwinn and Wei Yu



Figures 4-1
PubMed articles on human genetics and genomics, 1995–2008, ** and articles included in HuGE Navigator, 2001–2008 *.

 

Figure 4-1

* database queries August 2009.
** PubMed query: gene OR genetic OR genome OR genomic.

[A text description of this chart is also available.]

 


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Figure 4-2
PubMed articles included in HuGE Navigator, 2001–2008.* gene–disease associations and gene–environment interactions.

Figure 4-2

* database queries August 2009.

[A text description of this chart is also available.]

 

 

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