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Allelic frequency of PAR-2 in the Puerto Rican population a possible insight to asthma prevalence.
(University of Puerto Rico at Ponce, 2007)
The Human Genome Project has sequenced the genetic complement of our species: the DNA. Such sequencing was performed using DNA randomly collected from individuals of diverse ethnicity backgrounds. This aleatory selection ...
Early-onset of sporadic basal-cell carcinoma: Germline mutations in the TP53, PTCH, and XPD genes
(University of Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus, 2007-12)
Background: Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is the most common non-melanoma skin cancer in the Western world. The objective of this study was to examine together germline mutations in the TP53, PTCH, and XPD genes as risk ...
Evaluation of extraction methods for the isolation of dust mites, bacterial, and fungal PCR-quality DNA from indoor environmental dust samples: A new scope for indoors research
(Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, 2006)
Dust mites, bacteria, and fungi are ubiquitous organisms found in household dust and have been related to the development of three types of human diseases: hypersensitivity responses (allergic reactions), infections, and ...