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    Essentials of Medical Genomics

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    Description. Six new chapters on vital topics of interest such as multilocus SNP genotyping (SNP chips), RNAi, ChIP-chip, and genomic tiling arrays; New edition  ...

    Essentials of Medical Genomics

    It will be quite useful to anyone from other fields who is interested in a taste of what emerging technologies in genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics can bring to bear on questions of potential importance in biomedical research. The chapter entitled genetic testing for the practitioner was contributed by dr. Although genomic medicine is a young and evolving science, the clinical use of genetic testing is both relevant and mature enough that i believe it deserves more detail.

    Inclusion of terms and concepts like germline and somatic mosaicism, imprinting, genetic heterogeneity, and othersboth in the glossary and in some detail in the textwould make this a more robust book with respect to the medical practitioner. Copyright 2003 mayo foundation for medical education and research. The last several chapters do provide for a strong finish.

    However, this chapter, at 32 pages in length, occupies almost 14 of the books textprobably an allocation that is a little out of proportion in comparison with the 11 pages devoted to testing technologies already of clinical importance in nonresearch settings. The former provides an excellent concise summary of many of the tools available for genome analysis. Achievements in cancer genetics, in the field of prenatal diagnostics (including carrier testing for common recessive disorders), and in newborn screening for treatable metabolic disorders reinforce the rapidly expanding role of genetics in medicine.

    Lastly, the inclusion of a glossary is obviously quite important in a book of this nature. Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution. The final chapter is an excellent discussion of some of the ethical, legal, and social issues found at the intersection of emerging genomic technologies and the clinic.

    A working understanding of the underlying concepts of genetic disease with regard to chromosome, single gene, mitochondrial, and multifactorial disorders is necessary for todays practicing physician. The chapter on genome databases provides solid background regarding the information currently available in the public domain. This view has changed with the development of new diagnostic and therapeutic possibilities.

    Although the glossary is well written and very thorough for concepts and terms relevant to many of the chapters, i believe it suffers from a lack of terms important to practitioners of genomic medicine. The other chapter by an outside contributor, an excellent review of gene therapy, was contributed by dr. It is now realized that genetic disease represents an important part of medical practice. This book is a novel and important attempt at contributing to this process, but i believe it falls somewhat short of the mark. An introductory chapter, titled deciphering the human genome project, reviews the basics of mendelian genetics and touches on topics including recombination, linkage, transcription, translation, and alternative splicing.


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    Individual reprints of this article are not available. Lastly, the inclusion of a glossary is obviously quite important in a book of this nature. Although it is an excellent brief summary of issues surrounding genetic testing in the clinic, i was really struck by the fact that only 11 pages of relatively large-print text (out of 274 total pages) were devoted to this subject in a book that is marketed primarily to current and future clinicians. Although the glossary is well written and very thorough for concepts and terms relevant to many of the chapters, i believe it suffers from a lack of terms important to practitioners of genomic medicine. Achievements in cancer genetics, in the field of prenatal diagnostics (including carrier testing for common recessive disorders), and in newborn screening for treatable metabolic disorders reinforce the rapidly expanding role of genetics in medicine.

    Routine clinical practice in virtually all medical specialties will soon require integration of these fundamental concepts for use in accurate diagnosis and ensuring appropriate referrals for patients with genetic disease and their families. Diagnosing a genetic disorder not only allows for disease-specific management options but also has implications for the affected individuals entire family. . Excellent chapters on microarrays and proteomic technologies allow the reader to understand these technologies, which will almost certainly have an impact on clinical medicine in the decades to come. However, i believe that it is not an ideal text for the primary-care physician or nongenetic medicine specialist looking for assistance in coming to grips with the rapidly evolving role of genetic and genomic information in clinical practice.

    Although it is still not clear just what the impact of genomics will be on the diagnosis and treatment of many common diseases, one thing is clear there is an urgent need to educate medical care providers about both the capabilities of andprobably more importantlythe limitations of genomic medicine. Copyright 2003 mayo foundation for medical education and research. This book is a novel and important attempt at contributing to this process, but i believe it falls somewhat short of the mark. Division of medical geneticsdepartment of medicineuniversity of washington medical centerseattle there has been considerable focus on the implications of the human genome project for the day-to-day practice of medicine recentlyboth in the popular press and the medical literature. That said, there is no ideal text at this time for these individuals. The chapter on genome databases provides solid background regarding the information currently available in the public domain. The former provides an excellent concise summary of many of the tools available for genome analysis. The last several chapters do provide for a strong finish. The author discusses various national center for biotechnology information (ncbi) resources, including genbank, entrez, pubmedmedline, omim, and blast. At 274 pages, this text is organized into a total of 11 chapters, plus a glossary and index.

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