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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: CALL: various - april 1996
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Wed, 15 May 1996 15:31:37 +0200

New Calls!

about diseases, collaboration on BIOMED-2, help and info needed and

A little late this month, but this editor needs some sleep, too;
every now and then.  -:)

Best regards; Good CALLs!

Arthur Bergen

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>From suthersg@WCH.SA.GOV.AUWed May 15 15:18:09 1996
Date: Tue, 26 Mar 1996 12:18:00 -0800
From: "Suthers, Graeme" <suthersg@WCH.SA.GOV.AU>
Reply to: Human Molecular Genetics Editors <ED-MOLGEN@HEARN.NIC.SURFNET.NL>
To: Multiple recipients of list ED-MOLGEN <ED-MOLGEN@HEARN.NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: CALL: X-linked nystagmus

Dear Colleague,

I have recently seen a family with X-linked congenital nystagmus and colour
blindness (OMIM 310700). The locus on the X chromosome for this condition
has not been mapped. This family is too small for an independent linkage
study but would be suitable for inclusion in a larger study. Is anyone
 interested in such a study? We could supply either DNA or lab resources on
a collaborative basis.

Yours sincerely,

Graeme Suthers.
Dr Graeme Suthers
SA Clinical Genetics Service
Centre for Medical Genetics
Women's & Children's Hospital
North Adelaide SA 5006

tel  (08) 204 7375 (International prefix -61-8-)
fax  (08) 204 6088 (International prefix -61-8-)
email      suthersg@wch.sa.gov.au (Using MSmail)
>> Please note new email address <<

>From tesrob@FLASHNET.ITWed May 15 15:18:30 1996
Date: Wed, 03 Apr 1996 13:26:53 +0200
From: Roberto Testi <tesrob@FLASHNET.IT>
Subject: CALL
Resent-Date: Wed, 03 Apr 1996 13:26:53 +0200
Resent-From: owner-ed-molgen@HEARN.NIC.SURFNET.NL
Resent-To: A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL

tesrob@flashnet.it (Roberto Testi) sent the following comments:

We would be interested in participating
to new networks planning to apply for
European Community funding within
the BIOMED 2 programme (next
deadlines June 17 and December 17).
 Our expertise is in the area of
intracellular signal transduction,
particularly concerning cellular
You may want to check our Lab Home
Page to find out more about our
interests and resources at:

Does anyone know about the segregation pattern of autism` disorders?

Many parents of affected kids dont display the syndrome, is it
recesive or may be a case of penetration?
We would like to come in contact with some research teams working on
the GENETIC side of autism and related disorders.


P. Pressa
NRIA Cell Engineering Section
Email: pressa@nria-tmk.affrc.go.jp
>From pkusnier@IMMUNO.PAN.WROC.PLWed May 15 15:19:47 1996
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 1996 10:54:49 +0200
From: Piotr Kusnierczyk <pkusnier@IMMUNO.PAN.WROC.PL>

I have yesterday sent to the HUM-MOLGEN community a question concerning
typing of human complement component C4 allele, C4A*6 by PCR. As I was not
able to find this information in either MEDLINE or Internet, this is my last
chance to get it. Therefore, please do not hesitate to disperse my letter to
the HUM-MOLGEN subscribers.

With best regards

Sincerely yours

Piotr Kusnierczyk

steina@ismennt.is (Steinunn Thorlacius) sent the following comments:

I need to know the "impact factor" of some journals.
Do you know if that information is avaliable on the net?
Very few journals include this information on their www-homepages.

Steinunn Thorlacius    steina@ismennt.is
Molecular and Cell Biology Research Laboratory
Icelandic Cancer Society, Reykjavik, ICELAND.
tel:354-562-1414, fax:354-562-1417
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>From AASHLEY@GMM.GEN.EMORY.EDUWed 15:20:51 1996

This  message  was originally  submitted  by  AASHLEY@GMM.GEN.EMORY.EDU to  the

  We would like to extend a formal invitation to your laboratory or
research center to participate in the Collaborative Prospective Study
of the Fragile X Syndrome. This project is funded by NIH through a
grant to the primary investigator, Dr. Stephanie Sherman at Emory
University in Atlanta, Georgia. The purpose of the study is to
collect data on transmissions of FMR-1 from known Fragile X carriers.
Moreover, this data set provides an excellent opportunity to
determine factors that may influence the expansion of the CGG repeat
in FMR-1 that is responsible for the Fragile X Syndrome.

  Participation in the study requires completion of a submission form
on each carrier parent to offspring transmission.  The form requests
data on DNA results for both the carrier parent and the offspring, as
well as a pedigree.  The testing is performed at your laboratory.  We
do not perform the carrier testing at our laboratory.  Moreover, we
do not request names of the family members.  We need only
identification numbers.  Thus, there are no issues concerning patient

  If your laboratory or research center performs prenatal testing for
the Fragile X Syndrome and/or has prospective livebirth cases, please
take this opportunity to contribute to an international research
project.  Please contact Allison Ashley by phone at (404) 727-9396 or
by e-mail at aashley@gmm.gen.emory.edu if you are interested in
participating in this study.

Hi everybody,
I am M.Sc student in Genetics.My thesis is on F VIII gene.I have studied
several articels written by Dr Jane Gitshier (University of
California,Department of medicin).
I would very appriciated if somebody tell me what her email adress is.

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