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Frank Clarke Fraser - bibliography

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Canadian medical geneticist, born March 29, 1920, Norwich, Connecticut.


  • F C Fraser:
    The use of genetics in clinical medicine; recessive inheritance.
    McGill Medical Journal, Montreal, October 1949, 18: 176-182.
  • J. W. Boyes, F C Fraser:
    A pedigree of hereditary progressive muscular dystrophy.
    Annals of Eugenics, London, October 1949, 15: 46-51.
  • F. C. Fraser:
    The use of genetics in clinical medicine. IV. Sex-linked inheritance.
    McGill Medical Journal, October 1950, 19: 194-198.
  • H. Baxter and F. C. Fraser:
    The production of congenital defects in the offspring of female mice treated with cortisone. A preliminary report.
    McGill Medical Journal, December 1950, 19: 345-249.
  • F. C. Fraser:
    Skull of the fetal narwhal. Nature, London, May 12, 1951: 167: 765.
  • F. C. Fraser:
    The use of genetics in clinical medicine; V. Taking the family history.
    McGill Medical Journal, October 1951, 20: 184-190.
  • F. C. Fraser, T. D. Fainstat:
    Causes of congenital defects; a review. AMA American Journal of Diseases of Children, Chicago, November 1951, 82: 593-603.
  • F. C. Fraser:
    Consanguinity and its significance in the family history.
    The Canadian Medical Association Journal, Toronto, March 1952, 66: 258-260.
  • H. Kalter, F. C. Fraser:
    Production of congenital defects in the offspring of pregnant mice treated with compound F. Nature, April 19, 1952, 169: 665.
  • J. Naiman, F. C. Fraser:
    Agenesis of the corpus callosum; a report of two cases in siblings.
    AMA Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, Chicago, August 1955, 74:182-185.
  • L. Pinsky, F. C. Fraser:
    Congenital malformations after a two-hour inactivation of nicotinamide in pregnant mice.
    British Medical Journal, London, July 16, 1960, 5193: 195-197.
  • J. R. Miller, F. C. Fraser, D. W. Macewan:
    The frequency of spina bifida occulta and rib anomalies in the parents of children with spina bifida aperta and meningocoele.
    The American Journal of Human Genetics, Chicago, September 1962, 14: 245-248.
  • F. C. Fraser, D. Warburton:
    No association of emotional stress or vitamin supplement during pregnancy to cleft lip or palate in man.
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Baltimore, April 1964, 33: 395-399.
  • F. C. Fraser, D. Warburton:
    Regional and local societies of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, April 1964, 33: 401.
  • F. C. Fraser:
    Experimental teratogenesis in relation to congenital malformations in man.
    World-Wide Abstracts of General Medicine, Morris Plains, N. J., May 1964, 76: 8-17.
  • L. Dallaire, F. C. Fraser:
    Two unusual cases of familial mongolism.
    Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology, December 1964, 6: 540-547.
  • M. Goldstein, F. C. Fraser, K. Roth:
    Resistance of a-jax mouse embryos with spontaneous congenital cleft lip to the lethal effect of 6-amino-nicotinamide.
    J Med Genet, June 1965, 39: 128-130

  • M. K. Tadjoedin, F. C. Fraser:
    Heredity of ataxia-telangiectasia (Louis-Bar syndrome).
    American Journal of Diseases of Children, July 1965, 110: 64-68.
  • F. Clarke Fraser, James J. Nora:
    Genetics of man. 2nd edition. Philadelphia. Lea & Feibiger, 1986. 352 pages.
  • Giovanni Marzullo, F. Clarke Fraser:
    Similar rhythms of seasonal conceptions in neural tube defects and schizophrenia: a hypothesis of oxidant stress and the photoperiod.
    Birth Defects Research. Part A, Clinical and Molecular Teratology, Hoboken NJ, January 2005, 73: 1-5. Biographical etc:
  • Canadian Who's Who 1997 entry.
    Univeristy of Toronto Press. Retrieved on November 20, 2006.
  • T. I. Fang:
    A Lucky star. The journey of Clarke Fraser: a celebrated Canadian scientist.
    The Ambassadors. The online Magazine. Volume 2, number 2, April 1999.
  • Prix du Qu├ębec. McGill Reporter.
    Thursday December 9, 1999. Retrieved on November 20, 2006.
  • P. A. Baird:
    Fraser, Frank Clarke.
    The Canadian Encyclopedia on the WWW. Retrieved on November 20, 2006.

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