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by Karen E. Nelson,Barbara Jones-Nelson

Download Genomics Applications for the Developing World (Advances in Microbial Ecology) eBook
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1461421810
Author:
Karen E. Nelson,Barbara Jones-Nelson
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Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
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Springer; 2012 edition (May 11, 2012)
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364 pages
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Targeted towards genomics applications of developing world problems. price for USA in USD (gross). One would have hoped that by now the technologies and approaches would have been adapted on a far greater scale.

Genomics Applications for the Developing World: Advances in Microbial Ecology. By K. E. Nelson and B. Jones-Nelson. ISBN 978-1-4614-2181-8. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 19 March 2013. Export citation Request permission. Application of Genetic and Genomic Tests in the Developing World. Barbara Jones-Nelson. Advances in Microbial Ecology.

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One would have hoped that by now the technologies and approaches would have been adapted on a far greater scale

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Author of Microbial genomes, Genomics applications for the developing world, Metagenomics of the .

Author of Microbial genomes, Genomics applications for the developing world, Metagenomics of the human body. Metagenomics of the human body.

Nelson has extensive experience in microbial ecology, microbial genomics, microbial physiology and metagenomics. Dr. Nelson has led several genomic and metagenomic efforts, and led the first human metagenomics study that was published in 2006. Additional ongoing studies in her group include metagenomic approaches to study the ecology of the gastrointestinal tract of humans and animals, studies on the relationship between the microbiome and various human and animal disease conditions, reference genome sequencing and analysis primarily for the human body, and other -omics studies.

This book evolved from the editors strong belief that the information and new developments that were evolving from the rapidly growing field of genomics and that are happening primarily in the developed world have not happened at a parallel rate in the developing world. One would have hoped that by now the technologies and approaches would have been adapted on a far greater scale. In addition to this, the associated information is not always easily accessible, and is not disseminated in a format that can become a useful reference for scientists, students and others who reside in developing countries.