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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: CALL: various; August 1996
From: "Bergen (ioi)" <A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 14:16:55 +0200

New CALLs!

The CALL section is open for CALLs for collaboration, offers of
assistance; CALLs for information on a.o. lost books, references, general
topics as well as persons in the field of Human Genetics.

The August CALL contains requests for comments on New Duchenne Muscular
Dystrophy WWW pages, requests for collaboration and info on genes on
chromosme 11, 17 and 22; ibid collaboration on the TIMP gene (Sorsby's)
in the BIOMED-2 program; ibid on thrichothyodystrophy; and much more!

Only high quality messages will be processed and offered to the 4000
HUM-MOLGEN subscribers and > 50.000 HUM-MOLGEN WWW users.

Good CALLs!

Arthur Bergen
(owner HUM-MOLGEN)

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Subject: (Fwd) CALL: chromosome 17


This message  was originally  submitted by tgonda@IMMUNO.IMVS.SA.GOV.AU  to the
HUM-MOLGEN list at  NIC.SURFNET.NL.

Does anyone have the address of the human chromosome 17
web site (it was announced through MOLGEN some time ago
but I managed to lose it!)?

Thanks in advance

Tom Gonda
____________________________________________
____________________________________________
Tom Gonda PhD
Hanson Centre for Cancer Research
Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science
Frome Road, Adelaide, SA 5000
Australia

PLEASE NOTE NEW PHONE AND FAX NUMBERS:
Ph. +61-8-8222-3305
FAX +61-8-8232-4092

I would also be most grateful to hear from anyone who has or
knows of a chromosome 17 specific cosmid library.  We have
a novel gene on this chromosome and would like to obtain
cosmids in its vicinty for mapping, identifying polymorphic
repeats etc.

Thanks in advance to any respondents.

Tom Gonda

PLEASE NOTE NEW PHONE AND FAX NUMBERS:
Ph. +61-8-8222-3305
FAX +61-8-8232-4092

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Reply-to:      Human Molecular Genetics Editors <ED-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
From:          Alex Levin <avlevin@SICKKIDS.ON.CA>
Subject:       trichothyodystrophy

Is anyone doingor know of someone who is doing  hair sulfur studies or
fibroblast stidies of DNA repair (as in xeroderma pigmentosa Group C)
either of which would help us confirm the diagnosis of trichothiodystrophy?
Thankyou.

Alex V. Levin, M.D., FRCSC                 avlevin@sickkids.on.ca

Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
Departments of Ophthalmology, Pediatrics, and Genetics
Co-Director, Ocular Genetics Programme
The Hospital for Sick Children                           phone  (416) 813-6524
Department of Ophthalmology - M158                       Fax    (416) 813-6261
#555 University Ave., Toronto, Ont, M5G 1X8
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Date:          Tue, 27 Aug 1996 17:42:02 MET-1
Reply-to:      R.deGroot@hli.azu.nl
From:          "Rolf P. de Groot" <R.deGroot@hli.azu.nl>
Subject:       Question

This message was originally submitted by R.deGroot@HLI.AZU.NL to the HUM-MOLGEN
list at NIC.SURFNET.NL.

Dear everybody,

We are trying to clone the promoter of a gene located on human
chromosome 22 for some time now. However, we are still unsuccessfull.
I wonder whether anybody could help us with a chromosome 22 specific
genomic library (phage or cosmid). We would be happy to cooperate
with anybody who could supply us with such a library.

Thanks,

Rolf P. de Groot
Rolf P. de Groot                  Tel: (31)30 2507134 / 6754
Dept. Pulmonary Diseases          Fax: (31)30 2542155
Room G03.550                      Email: R.deGroot@hli.azu.nl
University Hospital Utrecht       Email2: pvlangen@worldaccess.nl
PO Box 85500
3508 GA Utrecht
The Netherlands
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From:          Ivo.Barta@LF3.CUNI.CZ
Subject:       collaboration
X-To:          HUM-MOLGEN@nic.surfnet.nl
To:            Multiple recipients of list ED-MOLGEN <ED-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>

We are interested in mutagenicity of natural toxin / mycotoxins/
Dept. Gen. biology, 3rd Medical School, Charles University,
Prague

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From:          Offer Harari <oharari@netvision.net.il>
Subject:       CALL

oharari@netvision.net.il (Offer Harari) sent the following comments:

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Could you please update me about Human Y chromosome deletions and male infertility. thanks
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Server protocol: HTTP/1.0
Remote host: ts007p7.pop4a.netvision.net.il
Remote IP address: 194.90.3.135

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From:          "Bernhard H. F. Weber" <bweb@biozentrum.uni-wuerzburg.de>
Subject:       Tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinases-3 (TIMP3)
To:            Multiple recipients of list ED-MOLGEN <ED-MOLGEN@nic.SURFnet.nl>

bweb@biozentrum.uni-wuerzburg.de (Bernhard H. F. Weber) sent the following comments:

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We have recently identified the tissue inhibitor of metalloproteinases-3
(TIMP3) as the disease-causing gene in Sorsby fundus dystrophy (SFD)
(Nature Genetics 8:352-356, 1994). SFD is a macular dystrophy with onset
in the 3rd or 4th decade of life. We are now interested to learn more
about the molecular pathology of the known mutations in SFD. By studying
the mechanisms in SFD we also hope to obtain new insigths into the pathogenic
processes of the maculopathies in general. We would like to perform these
studies (using available techniques in molecular genetics, biochemistry,
cell biology, electrophysiology) in collaboration with a European partner (preferably
from Spain, Italy, Greece) and are planning to submit a EU grant proposal
(deadline December 15, 1996). If you are interested to join our efforts
please contact me directly via e-mail.
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Server protocol: HTTP/1.0
Remote host:
Remote IP address: 132.187.20.185

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Reply-to:      Rachmat Hidajat <hidajat@tambora.parokinet.org>
From:          Rachmat Hidajat <hidajat@tambora.parokinet.org>
Organization:  ParokiNet at Surabaya
Subject:       Looking for e-mail addresses
X-To:          hum-molgen@nic.surfnet.nl
To:            Multiple recipients of list ED-MOLGEN <ED-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>

This message  was originally submitted by  hidajat@TAMBORA.PAROKINET.ORG to the
HUM-MOLGEN list at  NIC.SURFNET.NL.

Could somebody inform me the current e-mail addresses of the following
professors?
1. Jacob Sade, MD.
   Department of Otolaryngology
   University of Tel Aviv
   Sackler Medical School
   Tel Aviv, Israel

2. Patricia Jean McNicol, PhD.
   Department of Medical Microbiology
   University of Manitoba
   Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

3. Michael Rinaldi, PhD.
   San Antonio, Texas

Thank you in advance.
--
Rachmat Hidajat, MD., MSc. <hidajat@tambora.parokinet.org>
Department of Microbiology
Faculty of Medicine
Airlangga University
Surabaya, INDONESIA

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I am writing yet another article for The Scientist, this time on image analysis
systems. Is anyone using image analysis to look at karyotypes or FISH analyses,
to detangle neurons, or anything else in life science? If so, please tell me
briefly about your application, and perhaps some general comments about the
value of image analysis. Need your title and affiliation. Many many thanks!
Ricki Lewis   76715.3517@compuserve.com
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>From a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nlTue Sep 17 13:21:00 1996
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 1996 13:20:39 +0100 (MET)
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
To: A.A.Bergen@AMC.UVA.NL
Subject: (Fwd) what european response to usa patenting of genes, etc.

From:          "gene o'regon" <gene@SQN.COM>
Subject:       what european response to usa patenting of genes, etc.

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happening.  thanks,
                gene
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From:          Johan den Dunnen <ddunnen@ruly46.MedFac.LeidenUniv.nl>

ddunnen@ruly46.MedFac.LeidenUniv.nl (Johan den Dunnen) sent the following comments:

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The Duchenne/Becker muscular dystrophy Data Pages

http://ruly70.MedFac.LeidenUniv.nl/~duchenne/

Currently, we are in the middle of setting up an Internet site
for Duchenne/Becker Muscular Dystrophy (DMD/BMD). Although the
site is still under construction, we believe it already
contains a considerable set of information, making it
worthwhile to announce it.

We hope the "Duchenne/Backer muscular dystrophy pages" will
serve as an informational resource and reference point for all
people involved in DMD/BMD-diagnosis. The site now displays
information on: the dystrophin gene (exons, their position in
the cDNA, their numbering, sizes and genomic spacing), order
of markers in and around the dystrophin gene, a listing of all
genomic dystrophin sequences in GenBank, Southern blotting and
cDNA-hybridizations (sizes and exon content of hybridizing
restriction fragments, annotated images of cDNA
hybridizations), haplotyping (PCR-able CA-repeats),  and a
list of all known DMD/BMD (point) (including a list of
polymorphisms in the dystrophin coding region and a list of
primer pairs to amplify specific exons). In the near future we
aim to transform the "list of DMD/BMD point mutations" into a
real DMD/BMD mutation database.

The value of the pages will partly lie in researchers
providing data which is not (yet) published. We hope it will
stimulate many researchers to comment on the data supplied, to
send updates and to submit unpublished data. Many laboratories
will have valuable data sets which will never make it into
print, often because of limited time and/or because the sum is
considered too small to justify the effort. Please, when you
have information which might be interesting to other
researchers and which could be linked to these page, send it
to us.

Depending on the interest in the site, the feed-back obtained
and the opinions gathered, we plan to extend the site by
adding more general information which should be understandable
for interested non-scientific people.

Looking forward to your reactions:
Dr. Johan T. den Dunnen, (E-mail:
ddunnen@ruly46.MedFac.LeidenUniv.nl)
Dr. Egbert Bakker, (E-mail:
bakker@ruly46.MedFac.LeidenUniv.nl)
MGC-Dept. Human Genetics, Leiden University, LEIDEN, the Nehterlands
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Server protocol: HTTP/1.0
Remote host: ruly7i.MedFac.LeidenUniv.nl
Remote IP address: 132.229.2.73

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Reply-to:      Offer Harari <oharari@netvision.net.il>
From:          Offer Harari <oharari@netvision.net.il>
Subject:       CALL
To:            Multiple recipients of list ED-MOLGEN <ED-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>

oharari@netvision.net.il (Offer Harari) sent the following comments:

------------------------------------------------------------
Could you please update me about Human Y chromosome deletions and male infertility. thanks
------------------------------------------------------------
Server protocol: HTTP/1.0
Remote host: ts007p7.pop4a.netvision.net.il
Remote IP address: 194.90.3.135

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rsaad@einstein.br (Rogerio Saad Vaz) sent the following comments:

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Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein.
Blood Bank / Molecular Biology Lab.
Av. Albert Einstein 627/701 .
Morumbi  Sao Paulo - SP   Brazil
05651-901 .

Send Information about Molecular Biology (diagnostics) related to cancer and infectious diseases transmitted by blood.
Names of Institutions and Researchers (Hospital/Institutions/Universities) .

Thanks !!
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Server protocol: HTTP/1.0
Remote host:
Remote IP address: 200.19.86.120

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Subject: (Fwd) Who has information on Pena Shokeir Syndrome?


I am looking for information on the Pena Shokeir Syndrome. Who can help
me with that?

Thanks,

Sandra Kest (Netherlands)
SKest@Robeco.nl

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From:          gilles DANDEL <gdandel@citi.lyonnaise.fr>
Subject:       SPEC
To:            Multiple recipients of list ED-MOLGEN <ED-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>

gdandel@citi.lyonnaise.fr (gilles DANDEL) sent the following comments:

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I wolud like to know where I could find basic informations about heredity aspects, such as :
Blood group,
Colour of eyes,
Hairs,
Etc, ...

for a non genetic specialist  !!!

Thanks

Gilles
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Server protocol: HTTP/1.0
Remote host:
Remote IP address: 193.106.88.159
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