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Online ISBN: 9780470015902

DOI: 10.1002/047001590X

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  1. Antibodies
  2. Biochemistry
  3. Bioethics & Philosophy
    1. Bioethics
      1. Accounting for Genetic Testing: Familial and Professional Perspectives
      2. Alien Hand Syndrome: Ethical Issues
      3. Animal Research Ethics: Is Directive 2010/63/EU Speciesist?
      4. Animal Rights: Animals in Genetics Research
      5. Autonomy and Responsibility in Reproductive Genetics
      6. Bayh-Dole
      7. Behavioural Phenotypes: Goals and Methods
      8. Beyond Consent: Respect for Community in Genetic Research
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        Biobanking: Social, Political and Ethical Aspects
      10. Bioethics – Overview
      11. Bioethics after Levinas
      12. Bioethics in Asia: in Transition
      13. Bioethics in Embryonic Research
      14. Bioethics of Cloning
      15. Bioethics of Gene Therapy
      16. Bioethics of Genetic Testing
      17. Bioethics of New Assisted Reproduction
      18. Bioethics of Organ Transplantation
      19. Bioethics: ELSI
      20. Bioethics: Institutionalisation of
      21. Bioethics: Practice
      22. Bioethics: Utilitarianism
      23. Biological Warfare: From History to Current Affairs
      24. Bioscience Policies
      25. Biotechnology Intellectual Property – Bioethical Issues
      26. Brain Death and the Vegetative State
      27. Carrier Screening for Inherited Hemoglobin Disorders in Cyprus and the United Kingdom
      28. Carrier Screening of Adolescents in Montreal
      29. Celera Genomics: The Race for the Human Genome Sequence
      30. Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Weapons: Genotoxicity
      31. Children in Genetic Research
      32. China: The Maternal and Infant Health Care Law
      33. Christianity and Genetics
      34. Citizens' Jury on Genetic Testing for Common Disorders
      35. Clinical Genetic Services in the United Kingdom
      36. Clinical Genetics and Genetic Counseling Professionals: Attitudes to Contentious Issues
      37. Cloning of Animals in Genetic Research: Ethical and Religious Issues
      38. Codes of Ethics for Genetics Professionals
      39. Commercialisation of Human Genetic Research
      40. Complex Genetic Systems and Diseases
      41. Confronting Genetic Disease: Psychological Issues
      42. Consent-in-Interaction
      43. Counselling Issues around Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis
      44. Criminal Responsibility and Genetics
      45. Data Protection Legislation
      46. Deaf Community and Genetics
      47. Death and Dying
      48. deCODE and Iceland: A Critique
      49. Disability and Genetics: A Disability Critique of Pre-natal Testing and Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)
      50. Disability, Human Rights and Contemporary Genetics
      51. Disability: Diagnostic Labeling
      52. Disability: Stigma and Discrimination
      53. Disability: Western Theories
      54. Disclosing Genetic Information to Family Members: The Role of Empirical Ethics
      55. Discrimination in Insurance: Experience in the United States
      56. DNA Databanks and Genomics Research: Forensic and Military (Ab)Uses
      57. DNA Fingerprinting, Paternity Testing and Relationship (Immigration) Analysis
      58. DNA Technology: ‘Moratorium’ on Use and Asilomar Conference
      59. DNA Technology: A Critical European Perspective
      60. Dolly and Polly
      61. Down Syndrome: Antenatal Screening Mathematics, Ethics and Its Implementation in the UK
      62. ELSI Research Programme of the NHGRI
      63. Environmental Ethics: An Overview
      64. Ethical and Social Issues of the Spanish Model on Organ Donation and Transplantation
      65. Ethical Use of Placebo in Research and Practice
      66. Ethics of Complementary Medicine
      67. Ethics of Human Enhancement and its Relevance to Disability Rights
      68. Ethics of Research: Protection of Human Subjects
      69. Ethics of Research: Scientific Misconduct
      70. Eugenics
      71. Eugenics Society
      72. Eugenics: Contemporary Echoes
      73. Eugenics: Historical
      74. Familial Breast Cancer: Genetic Testing
      75. Feminist Perspectives on Human Genetics and Reproductive Technologies
      76. Gamete Donation and ‘Race’
      77. Gene Therapy: Ethics and Regulation
      78. Gene Therapy: Expectations and Results
      79. Gene Therapy: Motivations for Research
      80. Genetic Age: A Vision
      81. Genetic Carrier Testing
      82. Genetic Counseling Consultations: Uncertainty
      83. Genetic Counseling: Consanguinity
      84. Genetic Counseling: Impact on the Family System
      85. Genetic Counseling: Nondirectiveness
      86. Genetic Counseling: Psychological Models in Research and Practice
      87. Genetic Counselling
      88. Genetic Counselling Communication: A Discourse-Analytical Approach
      89. Genetic Counselling for Muslim Families of Pakistani and Bangladeshi Origin in Britain
      90. Genetic Counselling Services: Outcomes
      91. Genetic Counselling: Consanguinity and Cultural Expectations
      92. Genetic Counselling: Psychological Issues
      93. Genetic Disability and Legal Action: Wrongful Birth, Wrongful Life
      94. Genetic Discrimination
      95. Genetic Enhancement
      96. Genetic Enhancement: The Role of Parents
      97. Genetic Factors in Life Insurance: Actuarial Basis
      98. Genetic Harm
      99. Genetic Information Access, a Legal Perspective: A Duty to Know or a Right Not to Know, and a Duty or Option to Warn?
      100. Genetic Information and the Family in Japan
      101. Genetic Information, Genetic Testing, and Employment
      102. Genetic Registers
      103. Genetic Risk
      104. Genetic Screening for Susceptibility to Disease
      105. Genetic Screening Programmes
      106. Genetic Screening: Facilitating Informed Choices
      107. Genetic Services: Access
      108. Genetic Susceptibility
      109. Genetic Testing of Children
      110. Genetic Testing of Children: Capacity of Children to Consent
      111. Genetic Testing of Children: Parental Requests
      112. Genetically Modified Food: Ethical Issues
      113. Geneticisation: Concept
      114. Geneticization: Debates and Controversies
      115. Genetics and Genomics Education of Primary Care Health Professionals in Britain
      116. Genetics and Judaism
      117. Genetics and the Control of Human Reproduction
      118. Genetics and Tradition: Competing Sources of Knowledge of Human History?
      119. Genetics in Contemporary Germany
      120. Global Population and Global Justice: Equitable Distribution of Resources Among Countries
      121. Health Care and Health Insurance in the United States
      122. Helsinki Declaration
      123. Heredity and the Novel
      124. History and Ethics of Stem Cell Research
      125. History of Scientific Agriculture: Animals
      126. Human Cloning
      127. Human Cloning: Arguments Against
      128. Human Cloning: Arguments for
      129. Human Cloning: Legal Aspects
      130. Human Genetics: Ethical Issues and Social Impact
      131. Human Genome Diversity Project (HGDP)
      132. Human Genome Diversity Studies: Impact on Indigenous Communities
      133. Human Genome Project as a Social Enterprise
      134. Human Genome Project, Personalised Medicine and Future Health Care
      135. Human Genome Project: Reassessment and Philosophical Analysis
      136. Huntington Disease: Predictive Genetic Testing
      137. In Vitro Fertilisation: Regulation
      138. In Vitro Fertilization
      139. Incidental Findings in Genetic Research and Genetic Testing
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        Informed Consent and Multiplex Genetic Screening
      141. Informed Consent in Genetics
      142. Informed Consent in Human Genetic Research
      143. Informed Consent in Operation
      144. Informed Consent: Ethical and Legal Issues
      145. Insurance and Genetic Information
      146. Insurance and Human Genetics: Approaches to Regulation
      147. Insurance and Human Genetics: Insurance Market Perspective
      148. Insurance Discrimination in the UK – Life Insurance and Genetic Risk
      149. Intellectually Disabled in Britain: Sexuality and Procreation
      150. Intelligence Tests and Immigration to the United States, 1900–1940
      151. Intelligence: Ethical Debates about the Search for IQ Quantitative Trait Loci
      152. Interests of the Future Child
      153. Is There a Role for Genetic Testing in Sports?
      154. Lifestyle Behaviours and Personal Responsibility for Health
      155. Lifestyle Responses to Genetic Susceptibility to Type 2 Diabetes
      156. Management of Incidental Findings in Clinical Genomic Sequencing Studies
      157. Medical Futility
      158. MMR Controversy
      159. Narrative Ethics
      160. Nazi Movement and Eugenics
      161. Nazi Scientists
      162. Newborn Screening Programmes
      163. Nondirectiveness
      164. Organ Donation: Opt In and Opt Out Strategies
      165. Overview of Neuroethics
      166. Ownership of Genetic Material and Information
      167. Parental Responsibility for the Health of Children with Chronic Disease: Moral Evaluation in Paediatrics
      168. Patent Issues in Biotechnology
      169. Patenting Genes and their Products
      170. Patenting of Genes: A Personal View
      171. Patenting of Genes: Discoveries or Inventions?
      172. Patenting Plants and Plant Products
      173. Philosophy of Neuroscience
      174. Placebo Effect
      175. Population and Family Planning Programmes: Human Needs and Human Numbers
      176. Possible Viral Zoonoses in Xenotransplantation
      177. Predictive Genetic Testing: Emotional and Behavioural Impact
      178. Predictive Genetic Testing: Psychological Impact
      179. Predictive Genetic Testing: The Huntington Disease Model
      180. Pregnancy Termination for Fetal Abnormality: Psychosocial Consequences
      181. Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis: Ethical Aspects
      182. Prenatal Diagnosis
      183. Prenatal Screening: Impact on Normal Pregnancies
      184. Privacy and Genetic Information
      185. Privacy: Confidentiality and Responsibility
      186. Prospects for Prenatal Gene Therapy
      187. Public and Professional Understandings of Genetics
      188. Public Health Genomics
      189. Quality of Life: Human Worth Reduced to Measures of Ability
      190. ‘Race’ and Difference: Orientalism and Western Concepts
      191. Racism, Ethnicity, Health and Society
      192. Reproductive Choice
      193. Reproductive Genetic Screening: A Public Health Perspective from the United Kingdom
      194. Reprogenetics: Visions of the Future
      195. Secular Humanism
      196. Sex Assignment in Disorders of Sex Development
      197. Sex Selection
      198. Social Studies of Autism
      199. Stored Human Bodily Material: Use in Research in the United Kingdom
      200. Testing Athletes for Risk of Cardiac Disease
      201. Transhumanism and Enhancement
      202. Use of Citizens' Juries to Address Complex Bioethical Challenges
    2. Philosophy of the Life Sciences
  4. Biomolecular Interactions
  5. Cell Biology
  6. Developmental Biology
  7. Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Methods
  8. Ecology
  9. Enzymes: Structure and Action Mechanism
  10. Evolution & Diversity of Life
  11. Genetics & Disease
  12. Immunology
  13. Microbiology
  14. Molecular Biology
  15. Neuroscience
  16. Plant Science
  17. Sample Preparation in Structural Biology
  18. Science & Society
  19. Structural Biology
  20. Techniques and Tools in Molecular Biology
  21. Techniques in Cell Biology
  22. Virology

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