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Subject: NEWS: Current issue of Human Genome News online
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
Date: Mon, 14 Sep 1998 09:31:33 MET
Organization: ioi.knaw.nl
Priority: normal

NEWS: Current issue of Human Genome News online

The latest issue of Human Genome News is up on the Human Genome Project
Information (HGPI) site at
nl.go v/hgmis/publicat/hgn/v9n3/01eyes.html

The hardcopy version will be mailed to subscribers in approximately 1 week.
Both the newsletter and website are sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy
Human Genome Program.

HGPI home page is <http://www.ornl.gov/hgmis>http://www.ornl.gov/hgmis

Newsletter Contents:
DOE Contractor-Grantee Workshop Highlights
   Patrinos Address
   Joint Genome Institute (JGI) Comes of Age
   JGI Sequencing
   JGI Informatics
   JGI and Bermuda Quality Sequence
   Grants Awarded for JGI Collaboration
   JGI Sequencing Clones
   Sequencing Strategies,Tools
   Gene-Discovery Resources
   Sequencing at NIH NHGRI
   Functional Genomics
   Data Surge Challenges Informaticists
   Genome Annotation: Informatics Advances Needed for Age of
        Functional Genomics
   ELSI: Rapid Progress Accelerates Societal Impact of Genome
   1999 DOE HGP Meeting Set for California

Human Genome Project Administration
   New 5-Year Goals, Project Midpoint
   DOE, NIH Discuss Informatics
   JASON Group Review
   DOE BER Genome Instrumentation Research

In the News
   Private-Sector Sequencing Plan
   Bang for the Buck: Government-Backed Research Underpins
        Potentially High Payoff Ventures
   Palmisano Joins DOE OBER
   DNA Files series to be on NPR
   HUGO Addresses Sample Collection
   Sickle Cell Mice May Lead to New Treatments
   TIGR Sequencing 6 More Microbes
   Tuberculosis Microbe Sequenced
   C. Elegans Sequencing Nears Finish
   HGMIS Website Restructured
   cDNA Cloning Workshop Identifies Critical Issues
   Survey Identifies Growing Need for Synchrotron Analyses
   NCGR Announcements

   Report on Functional Consequences of Gene Expression
   Book on Tuskegee Conference
   Book Focuses on Biomarker Implications, Conference Proceedings
   Genome Analysis Protocol Handbook

Software and the Internet
   Mouse Genome Informatics Release 2.0
   New System Identifies Polymorphisms
   DOE Supports Web Site for 1997 AAAS Genome Symposium
   Expressed Human Genome Database

   NHGRI Initiates Mailing List
   U.S. Genome Research Funding

Meeting Calendars & Acronyms
   Genome and Biotechnology Meetings
   Training Courses and Workshops

All issues of HGN are archived and searchable.  Articles since 1995 have been
indexed by subject:
Lead Articles,   Education,    Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues,   Gene
Project Management and History,   International,  Mapping, Sequencing,
Informatics,  Instrumentation,   Resources,   HGP Applications,  and   Private

If you have questions, comments, or wish to subscribe, please contact:

Betty K. Mansfield, Managing editor, Human Genome News
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
1060 Commerce Park, MS 6480
Oak Ridge, TN  37830
Voice: 423/576-6669     Fax: 423/574-9888
E-mail: bkq@ornl.gov    <http://www.ornl.gov/hgmis>http://www.ornl.gov/hgmis

Sponsor: U.S. Department of Energy Human Genome Program


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