Halifax Brock

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Objective: To provide information to genetic counsellors, midwives, nurses, and physicians who are involved in the prenatal care of women dealing with prenatally diagnosed isolated or multiple structural congenital anomalies. Outcomes: To provide better counselling for women and families who are dealing with the diagnosis of a fetal structural anomaly.(More)
AT-rich segments were mapped in 6 different domains of the Drosophila melanogaster genome by partial denaturation of cloned genomic DNA segments and observation in the electron microscope (EM). As found in a previous investigation (Moreau et al., 1982), three types of AT-rich segments could be distinguished: 1) AT-rich linkers with a very high AT content,(More)
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