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Stephen S. Wachtel


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American Human geneticist.

Biography of Stephen S. Wachtel

Stephen S. Wachtel is professor at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology University of Tennessee Medical Center, Memphis, USA.

We thank Andre Trombeta for information submitted.


  • Stephen S.Wachtel:
    Molecular Genetics of Sex Determination. Academic Press, 1994. 518 pages.
  • Stephen S.Wachtel:
    H-Y Antigen and the Biology of Sex Determination.
    Harcourt College Pub, 1983. 302 pages.
  • Stephen S.Wachtel:
    Evolutionary Mechanisms in Sex Determination. CRC Pr I Llc, 1989. 322 pages.
  • Stephen S.Wachtel and Willys K. Silvers:
    Skin homografts: tolerogenic versus immungenic influence in mice.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, New York, April 1971, 133: 921 - 937.
  • Stephen S.Wachtel and Willys K. Silvers:
    The role of passenger leukocytes in the anomalous survival of neonatal skin grafts in mice.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, New York, February 1972, 135: 388-404.
  • Owen P. Phillips, Linda Seely, Jim Y. Wan, Stephen S. Wachtel, Lee P. Shulman:
    A Survey of Attitudes about Maternal Serum Screening for Fetal Chromosome Abnormalities in Women 35 Years of Age and Older.
    Fetal Diagnosis & Therapy, Basel, 1998, 13 (6): 357-360.

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