'Remarkably comprehensive, this set contains articles dealing with both current aspects and historical development of human genomic analysis, interpreted broadly' - "Choice". "The Encyclopedia of the Human Genome" (EHG) is the only major reference source devoted to the scientific basis of human genetics and genomics research and its ethical, philosophical, and commercial ramifications. It presents a comprehensive and rigorously detailed overview of current research and its groundbreaking applications, and examines many peripheral topics surrounding the field, such as law, ethics, medicine and public health, history, religion and industry."The Encyclopedia of the Human Genome" (EHG) includes: 5 Volumes; 5,000 pages; 3 million words; and, 1,047 original, peer-reviewed articles. It includes contributions from 1,400 of the world's leading experts and 1,500 illustrations. 'An excellent addition to library collections supporting genome research; recommended for academic libraries' - "Library Journals".