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>Revistas >Revista de la Asociación Dental Mexicana >Año 2006, No. 2


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Odontología genómica. La medicina oral del siglo XXI
Rev ADM 2006; 63 (2)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 66
Paginas: 52-61
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RESUMEN

Los avances tecnológicos y la culminación del Proyecto Genoma Humano y con él la secuencia de 3,200 millones de los nucleótidos o de las letras (A-T/G-C) que la componen, y los aproximadamente 1,400 genes que pueden ser las causas de enfermedades consideradas hasta este momento como genéticas. Ha cambiado la cara de las investigaciones biológicas y han colocado a la genómica en la vanguardia de la ciencia biomédica. En la periodontología, así como en medicina, estamos muy interesados en la genética y en los diferentes acomodos o polimorfismos de los nucleótidos (SNIPs) tanto en los humanos como en los patógenos, así como la interacción genética entre ellos.


Palabras clave: Genoma humano, genética en odotología, gen, genética.


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