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Understanding Cancer Series: Genetic Variation (SNPs)
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    Posted: 01/28/2005    Reviewed: 09/01/2006
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Genetic Variation (SNPs)

      Slide Number and Title
  1. Cancer - Different Fates
  2. Cancer - A Complex Disease
  3. SNPS May Be the Solution
  4. What Is the Human Genome?
  5. DNA and Chromosome Structure
  6. The Genome Contains Genes
  7. Variation in the Human Genome
  8. What Is Variation in the Genome?
  9. Variations Causing No Changes
  10. Variations Causing Harmless Changes
  11. Variations Causing Harmful Changes
  12. Variations Causing Latent Changes
  13. SNPS Are the Most Common Type of Variation
  14. Why Are SNPs Significant?
  15. Amino Acids
  16. Amino Acid Side Chains Water-Loving
  17. Amino Acid Side Chains Oil-Loving
  18. Amino Acid Side Chains Ambivalent
  19. Proteins
  20. Genes to Proteins I
  21. Genes to Proteins II
  1. Genes to Proteins III
  2. Protein Folding and Function
  3. SNPs in Coding Regions No Changes in Protein
  4. SNPs in Coding Regions - Subtle, Harmless Changes in Protein
  5. SNPs in Coding Regions - Harmful Changes in Protein - Mutations
  6. SNPs in Coding Regions - Subtle Changes in Proteins That Only Switch on Under Certain Conditions
  7. Smoking and Susceptibility to Lung Cancer
  8. Smoking and Susceptibility to Lung Cancer - SNPs in Carcinogen-Making Proteins
  9. Smoking and Susceptibility to Lung Cancer - SNPs in Detoxifying Proteins
  10. Arylamines and Bladder Cancer
  11. SNPs and Bladder Cancer Risk
  12. Not the Whole Story
  13. SNPs and Drug Interactions
  14. SNPs in Noncoding Regions - Markers for Genes
  15. SNP Maps
  16. Individual SNP Profiles
  17. SNPs Profiles and Response to Drug Therapy
  18. SNP Profiles May Help to Identify Cancer Genes
  19. SNPs and Cancer Risk
  20. Summary - SNPs and Cancer Research

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