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Admin16.07.2021

Lynn B. Bayard, Partner

Because there are approximately three billion nucleotide base pairs in the haploid human genome, each pair of humans differs, on average, by two to three million base pairs.
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Admin03.07.2021

Lynn B. Bayard, Partner

Moving towards individualized medicine with pharmacogenomics.
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Admin26.06.2021

Lynn B. Griffith

Much discussion has been devoted to recent findings that hypertensive African-Americans show less response, on average, than hypertensive European-Americans to angiotensin-converting enzyme ACE inhibitors ,.
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Admin25.08.2021

Lynn B. Sholander

b A second application of the structure program, using the individuals shown in a as well as 263 members of caste populations from South India.
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Admin27.06.2021

Aust Law Firm, Lynn B. Aust, P.L.

Individuals who are homozygous with respect to CYP2D6 null alleles cannot, for example, effectively convert codeine to its active form, morphine, and experience little or no analgesic effect.
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Admin24.07.2021

Aust Law Firm, Lynn B. Aust, P.L.

Categorization of humans in biomedical research: genes, race and disease.
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Admin07.09.2021

Lynn Dean

Recognizing that fertility treatment can be overwhelming, she places special emphasis on becoming an ally to her patients throughout their experience.
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Admin04.08.2021

Aust Law Firm, Lynn B. Aust, P.L.

When several thousand or more polymorphisms are examined, individual populations, such as Japanese and Chinese, can be delineated , and members of 'admixed' American populations, such as Hispanics, African-Americans and European-Americans, can be accurately identified ,.
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Admin01.08.2021

Lynn B. Davis, MD, MS

Larger genetic differences within Africans than between Africans and Eurasians.
Admin21.06.2021

Lynn B. Griffith

Responses to medical therapies, such as drugs, are often compared among populations that are divided according to traditional racial divisions.
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Admin05.07.2021

Sassin, Lynn B.

This pattern of shared variation has important implications for our understanding of population differences and similarities, and it also bears on critical biomedical issues.