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Additional reading: Chapter 09

Additional Reading:

Altshuler, D. MJ Daly, and ES Lander, 2008 Genetic mapping in human disease.  Science 322: 881-888

Coop. G and M. Przeworski, 2007 An evolutionary view of human recombination.  Nat. Rev. Genet. 8: 23-34

Lewis, EB. 1995.  Remembering Sturtevant.  Genetics 141: 1227-1230.  Alfred Sturtevant, a student of TH Morgan’s, is widely credited with developing the concept of using recombination to develop genetic maps.  Lewis, a Nobel laureate Drosophila geneticist who knew Sturtevant, wrote this historical perspective on the man and his maps. 

Additional Reading for Boxes:

Deeb, SS 2005 The molecular basis for variation in human color vision.  Clinical Genet. 67: 369-377