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Tulane University Health Sciences Center

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Duke Center for Human Genetics Aging and Life Span Epidemiologist Gene and Environment Gerry Shaw

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Duke Center for Human Genetics Crossing Over Founder Effect Inbreeding

Individual Genetic Variation Linkage and Recombination Jeffrey M. Stajich

Duke Center for Human Genetics Muscular Dystrophy

Judith E. Stenger

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Duke University Department of Medicine

Genetic Testing: Ethical Issues Caroline M. Tanner

Parkinson's Institute Twins Alice Telesnitsky

University of Michigan Reverse Transcriptase Daniel J. Tomso

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences DNA Libraries Escherichia coli Genetics Angela Trepanier

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Duke University Center for Human Genetics

Genotype and Phenotype Jeffery M. Vance

Duke University Center for Human Genetics

Gene Discovery Genomic Medicine Genotype and Phenotype Sanger, Fred Gail Vance

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Children's Hospital Boston Cancer

Tumor Suppressor Genes Kirk Wilhelmsen

Ernest Gallo Clinic & Research Center Addiction Michelle P. Winn

Duke University Medical Center Physician Scientist Chantelle Wolpert

Duke University Center for Human Genetics

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