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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: CALL: various (June 1996)
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Fri, 12 Jul 1996 15:38:30 +0200

New CALLs!

Arthur Bergen

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>From i.cantore@MEMEX.ITFri Jul 12 15:06:46 1996

I have readed yesterday that the chimpazee genome is the 98,6% of the human
genome, it is a new, or only now perfectly known, well, what do you think
about that, and in particular, what there is in the last 1,4% of genome with
more importance?
thanks.

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Name: Italo Cantore
Address: Via degli Oleandri,9
         85100 Potenza  ITALY
Tel: +39 971 55119
Fax: +39 971 55219
Email: i.cantore@memex.it
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>From uucp@GNDU.ERNET.INFri Jul 12 15:07:17 1996
From: "Prof Dr Jai Rup Singh, Coordinator," <uucp@GNDU.ERNET.IN>

This message was  originally submitted by uucp@GNDU.ERNET.IN  to the HUM-MOLGEN
list at NIC.SURFNET.NL.


SUBJECT: 4th International Symposium on Genetics, Health &
               Disease, December 1-4, 1988


Dear Colleagues,

        4th International Symposium on Genetics, Health & Disease is
scheduled for December 1-4, 1998. Suggestions are invited for symposium
theme and holding of the satellite symposia.

        Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,


Prof Dr Jai Rup Singh
Co-ordinator
Centre for Genetic Disorders
Guru Nanak Dev University
Amritsar, India
E-Mail: cgd@gndu.ernet.in
Fax: +91-183-258863 & 258820

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>From R.clarke@UNSW.EDU.AUFri Jul 12 15:07:35 1996
From: Raymond Clarke <R.clarke@UNSW.EDU.AU>

R.clarke@unsw.edu.au (Raymond Clarke) sent the following comments:

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Clinical radiosensitivity is the subject of our present international study
at The St George Hospital in Sydney Australia. We are seeking interested parties
to collaborate and supply patient blood or LCLs. I will be in the US and Europe
in Sept-Oct this year when I could also collect samples.
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>From mscheer@AIXTERM1.URZ.UNI-HEIDELBERG.DEFri Jul 12 15:08:17 1996
From: Martin Scheer <mscheer@AIXTERM1.URZ.UNI-HEIDELBERG.DE>

mscheer@ix.urz.uni-heidelberg.de (Martin Scheer) sent the following comments:

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I am conducting a study about the genetics of non-syndromic-deafness
and I would like to know if it is possible to get the abstacts of the
following articles of the June 1996 (Volume 5, No 6)issue of the Human
molecular genetics:

A gene for a dominant form of non-syndromic sensorineural deafness (DFNA11)
maps within the region containing the DFNB2 recessive deafness gene
Yuya Tamagawa, Ken Kitamura, Takashi Ishida, Kazuhiro Ishikawa, Hajime
Tanaka, Shoji Tsuji and Masatoyo Nishizawa
P.849

A gene for autosomal dominant late-onset progressive non- syndromic hearing
loss, DFNA10, maps to chromosome 6
Marsha E. O'Neill, Jacquie Marietta, Darryl Nishimura, Sigrid Wayne, Guy
Van Camp, Lut Van Laer, Clelia Negrini, Edward R. Wilcox, Achih Chen,
Kunihiro Fukushima, Li Ni, Val C. Sheffield and Richard J.H. Smith
P. 853
My e-mail adress: mscheer@ix.urz.uni-heidelberg.de
If I could find them anywhere, please send my the adress.

Thank you very much

Martin Scheer
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>From g.swanson@ELSEVIER.CO.UKFri Jul 12 15:09:07 1996
Subject: Response to query on impact

In response to the question posed by steina@ismennt.is, theSCI Journals
Citation Reports(r) Impact Factors are not available electronically.  They are
published annually in paper and microfiche formats by the Institute of
Scientific Information, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
However, some labs and individuals keep selective lists of the IFs of their
favourite and pertinent journals.  One such site is:
http://avocado.pc.helsinki.fi:81/128.214.75.66/impact/
Alternatively, try searching using "Impact Factor" as the search phrase.

Gavin Swanson
Trends in Neurosciences
68 Hills Road
Cambridge
UK  CB2 1LA
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>From hugh.griffin@BBSRC.AC.UKFri Jul 12 15:11:28 1996
From: Hugh Griffin <hugh.griffin@BBSRC.AC.UK>
Subject: news: PCR Jump Station

hugh.griffin@bbsrc.ac.uk (Hugh Griffin) sent the following comments:

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Dear Colleague,
May I draw your attention to a new World Wide Site entitled the PCR JUMP STATION: The ultimate site for information and links on the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR).
The URL is http://www.apollo.co.uk/a/pcr/
This important new Jump Station was developed in response to requests from a number of scientists (see Nature Biotechnology 1996, Vol 14, page 517). The PCR Jump Station is intended to fulfill the need for a web site containing links to accurate and up-to
-date information on PCR theory, protocols, relevant computer software, PCR applications, tools, and references. The site will be of interest to many biologists, scientists, and medics. Particular relevance to molecular biology, genetics, microbiology, bi
ochemistry, biotechnology, diagnostics, forensic science, and DNA fingerprinting.
If you know of any links that should be added please email hugh.griffin@bbsrc.ac.uk
Many thanks
Hugh
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>From smeltzer@UMABNET.AB.UMD.EDUFri Jul 12 15:12:02 1996
From: "Stephen J. Meltzer, M.D." <smeltzer@UMABNET.AB.UMD.EDU>
Reply to: Human Molecular Genetics Editors <ED-MOLGEN@nic.SURFnet.nl>
To: Multiple recipients of list ED-MOLGEN <ED-MOLGEN@nic.SURFnet.nl>
Subject: Re: liver cancers

This  message was  originally submitted  by smeltzer@UMABNET.AB.UMD.EDU  to the
HUM-MOLGEN list at  NIC.SURFNET.NL.

Please post this message:

We are trying to obtain primary hepatocellular carcinomas (or DNAs/RNAs
extracted from them) for studies of microsatellite instability and mutation.
Does anyone have these for a possible collaboration?  Thank you very much.

Steve Meltzer
University of Maryland
Medicine/GI, Room N3W62
22 S. Greene Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
410-706-3375
FAX 410-328-6559
email: smeltzer@umabnet.ab.umd.edu

Thank you for posting this message.
Stephen J. Meltzer, M.D.
University of Maryland
22 S. Greene St., Room N3W62
Baltimore, MD 21201
phone: USA (001)-410-706-3375
fax: (001)-410-328-6559
email: smeltzer@umabnet.ab.umd.edu

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>From smeltzer@UMABNET.AB.UMD.EDUFri Jul 12 15:13:21 1996
From: Steve Meltzer <smeltzer@UMABNET.AB.UMD.EDU>

smeltzer@umabnet.ab.umd.edu (Steve Meltzer) sent the following comments:

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We need liver cancers or DNA's from them.  Can anyone share these in a collaboration?

Steve Meltzer
smeltzer@umabnet.ab.umd.edu
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>From mvikkula@WARREN.MED.HARVARD.EDUFri Jul 12 15:14:04 1996
From: Miikka Vikkula <mvikkula@WARREN.MED.HARVARD.EDU>

This message was originally submitted by mvikkula@WARREN.MED.HARVARD.EDU to the
HUM-MOLGEN list at  NIC.SURFNET.NL.

Dear Colleagues,

    We are studying inherited forms of vascular anomalies and are looking for
additional families for linkage studies on a collaborative basis. We have
previously published one locus - identified by random genome mapping - for
venous malformation (also called cavernous hemangioma) on Chromosome 9p (Boon et
al, Hum Molec Genet 3, 1994; 1583-1587). As a collaboration we have also
confirmed the linkage using another large family (Gallione et al, J Med Genet
32(3), 1995.                   )

    We are currently characterizing a candidate gene in the 9p locus and with
several additional families that we have been able to collect, we have
identified another locus causing inherited mucocutaneous venous malformations.
To narrow down the linked intervals and to clone the defective genes it would
help us to have additional families. At this stage we are interested even in
small families (with minimum  two affected individuals). Therefore we are asking
for everybodies help to identify and locate more families with similar phenotype
all around the world.

    Looking forward to reading from you all.

    Sincerely yours,


    Miikka Vikkula, M.D., Ph.D.
    Research Associate

    Harvard Medical School          phone#:     (617) 432-2088
    Department of Cell Biology      fax#:       (617) 432-0638
    240 Longwood Avenue             e-mail:     mvikkula@warren.med.harvard.edu
    BOSTON, MA 02115
    USA



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I am currenlty recruiting patients (simplex) and families with
blepharophimosis syndrome...type 1 or 2 in order to close the genetic
interval since my initial mapping of this.

Thanks

Kent W. Small, M.D.
Jules Stein Eye Institute
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA, USA

E-mail: small@JSEI.UCLA.EDU

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Could anyone who has done research on sea urchin DNA please contact me,
thank you,

Dorian
dorian@aloha.net

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Dear HUM-MOLGEN,

I'd like to contact to scientists who works with microsatellites and
linkage analysis.Thank you.


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mscheer@ix.urz.uni-heidelberg.de (Martin Scheer) sent the following comments:

------------------------------------------------------------
I am conducting a study about the genetics of non-syndromic-deafness
and I would like to know if it is possible to get the abstacts of the
following articles of the June 1996 (Volume 5, No 6)issue of the Human
molecular genetics:

A gene for a dominant form of non-syndromic sensorineural deafness (DFNA11)
maps within the region containing the DFNB2 recessive deafness gene
Yuya Tamagawa, Ken Kitamura, Takashi Ishida, Kazuhiro Ishikawa, Hajime
Tanaka, Shoji Tsuji and Masatoyo Nishizawa
P.849

A gene for autosomal dominant late-onset progressive non- syndromic hearing
loss, DFNA10, maps to chromosome 6
Marsha E. O'Neill, Jacquie Marietta, Darryl Nishimura, Sigrid Wayne, Guy
Van Camp, Lut Van Laer, Clelia Negrini, Edward R. Wilcox, Achih Chen,
Kunihiro Fukushima, Li Ni, Val C. Sheffield and Richard J.H. Smith
P. 853
My e-mail adress: mscheer@ix.urz.uni-heidelberg.de
If I could find them anywhere, please send my the adress.

Thank you very much

Martin Scheer
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Server protocol: HTTP/1.0
Remote host: modem.urz.uni-heidelberg.de
Remote IP address: 129.206.100.193


   
 
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