MOLECULAR MEDICINE by srH59X9

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									  Following genes to health

 “One of the first duties of the physician is to
  educate the masses not to take medicine”.

 Sir William Osler 1849-1919


 Aphorisms from his Bedside Teachings 1961.
MOLECULAR MEDICINE
   AUDIENCE
MEDICAL STUDENTS
              MOLECULAR MEDICINE

 MOLECULES RESPONSIBLE FOR
 DISEASE
   Diagnostics
 HEALTH
   Genetic variation
   Development
                 THE HUMAN GENOME

 Population genetics
 Inheritance
 Phenotypic variation
 Cloning
 Neoplasia
 Infectious disease
    HIV
    Tuberculosis
    Malaria
    Influenza
    Oncogenic viruses
 Carcinoma
    Tumour suppressor genes
    Inherited susceptibility to cancer
    Leukaemias and Lymphomas
THE HUMAN GENOME
                   INDEX
1.   Level of detail
2.   Form
3.   Style
4.   Layout
5.   Spacing
6.   Cross-references
7.   Synonyms
8.   Singular/Plural
9.   Medical terms
                     TERMS
Disease/s
      acquired
      autoimmune
      communicable
      complex
      diagnosis
      genomic
      infectious
      inherited
      mechanisms
      non-genomic
      pathogenesis
      processes
            OTHER ASPECTS

 Drug design

 Molecular and cellular targets

 Gene therapy

 Pharmacogenetics

 Personalised medicine

								
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