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May 01, 2009
Genetics and Genomics
Expires May 31, 2015
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CME Activity

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Sample questions:
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Genetic epidemiological studies have established that psychiatric disorders are quite complex and are not single-gene disorders. One reason for this complexity is that different patterns of variation within the same gene or genes can lead to similar or identical disease phenotypes. This reason is called
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The most frequent cytogenetic anomaly in autism spectrum disorders, occurring in approximately 1%—2% of cases, is
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"The sequence of alleles along an adjacent series of polymorphic sets on a single chromosome" is a definition for which of the following?