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Upholding the high standards set by its predecessor, Volume II of Progress in Medical Genetics presents 9 topics, discussed in detail. Each has its specific appeal. The "monographs" by Giblett (The Plasma Transferrins), Scriber (Hereditary Aminoaciduria), Russell (Chromosome Aberrations in Experimental Mammals), and Gluechsohn-Waelsch (Mammalian Genetics in Medicine) are stimulating, thorough, and understandable. Dr. Steinberg's scholarly presentation of the gamma globulin types will be a bit difficult, in part due to abbreviations not adequately defined, for one unfamiliar with the field. The Group Specific Component of Serum by Cleve and Bearn is undoubtedly the best summary of information on this
Progress in Medical Genetics.. Ann Intern Med. 1963;58:756–757. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-58-4-756_2
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