The archive will also contain the work of other notable geneticists, including Prof John Hilton Edwards, who is credited with the first description in 1960 of trisomy 18, the Edwards syndrome; Dr George Robert Fraser, who identified Fraser's syndrome in 1962; and the Medical Research Council's Human Biochemical Genetics Unit, at University College London.
What does HBGU stand for?
HBGU stands for Human Biochemical Genetics Unit (University College London; UK)
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- Heparin-Binding Haemagglutinin Adhesin (gene)
- Human Basophil Histamine Assay
- Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy (Overland Park, KS)
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It will also contain the pioneering work of the Medical Research Council's human biochemical genetics unit at University College London.