The course reviews the genetic principles that apply to mammals, including genetic mechanisms of sex determination, genetic imprinting, and mitochondrial inheritance. Attention is focused on the ways in which mutation is manifested in disease phenotypes in humans, and the methodologies that are currently used to perform genetic analysis of mammals.
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