DNA diagnostics is rapidly developing and gaining ground especially in the identification of genetic, malignant and infectious diseases as well as in the identification of individuals by means of DNA finger-printing. Present review deals with these and with the technical aspects of DNA diagnostics. The rapidly expanding field of diagnostics is contrasted by gene therapy which is recently not yet adaptable for human use.
|Pages (from-to)||953-956, 959|
|Publication status||Published - máj. 6 1990|
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