Scope Note: The scientific study of heredity. Genetics pertains to humans and all other organisms. So, for example, there is human genetics, mouse genetics, fruitfly genetics, etc.

  1. Written information to patients in clinical genetics: What’s the impact? [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  2. Forensim: An open-source initiative for the evaluation of statistical methods in forensic genetics [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  3. "Andean" and "non-Andean" ITS-2 and mtCytB haplotypes of Triatoma infestans are observed in the Gran Chaco (Bolivia): Population genetics and the origin of reinfestation [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  4. Evaluating a hybrid web-based basic genetics course for health professionals [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  5. Minigenomes, transcription and replication competent virus-like particles and beyond: Reverse genetics systems for filoviruses and other negative stranded hemorrhagic fever viruses [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  6. Genetics and genomics in nursing: Evaluating Essentials implementation [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  7. Principles, exemplars, and uses of history in early 20th century genetics [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  8. Nursing students' perceived knowledge and attitude towards genetics [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  9. Making genetics not so important: Family work in dealing with familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  10. Establishing The Outcome Indicators For The Essential Nursing Competencies And Curricula Guidelines For Genetics And Genomics [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
  11. Family medicine, ‘La Herencia’ and breast cancer; understanding the (dis)continuities of predictive genetics in Cuba [Retrieved July 21, 2011]
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