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  • 15th International Mouse Genome Conference (2001)
    the Mus musculus musculus species It follows that the genetic polymorphism present in these strains is not abundant and originates from three species Mus m domesticus Mus m musculus or Mus m castaneus Such a restricted genetic pool together with the relatively short period that has elapsed since the construction of present day laboratory strains explains why such mice exhibit relatively little allelic variation compared for example with man This disadvantage was overcome when mouse geneticists decided to take advantage of the diversity existing among wild specimens of the Mus genus to develop new inbred strains what allowed the establishment of highly polymorphic inter specific or inter subspecific crosses Except in a few cases in particular when t haplotypes were segregating in the wild progenitors most attempts at establishing such inbred strains have been successful with wild mice of the Mus musculus complex of species With progenitors of the other species of the Mus genus such as Mus spretus or Mus spicilegus the derivation of new inbred strains has proven more difficult but scientists have succeeded on several occasions The use of inbred strains derived from wild specimens is particularly appropriate in the design of experimental crosses for positional cloning of mouse genes because this allows the establishment of high resolution high density maps of the flanking regions In addition to their value as a source of genetic polymorphism wild mice also represent an invaluable source of morphological variations at the level of karyotype In laboratory strains a very large variety of reciprocal translocations or inversions exist that are by products of the many experiments made to evaluate radiation hazards On the contrary Robertsonian translocations or centric fusions are uncommon However this type of chromosomal variations is fairly common in wild populations of the Mus m domesticus species These naturally

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  • IMGC 15: Edinburgh, October, 2001 01 intro
    01 intro

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  • IMGC 15: Edinburgh, October, 2001 02 jean louis vclecture
    02 jean louis vclecture

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  • IMGC 15: Edinburgh, October, 2001 13a rudi ian
    13a rudi ian

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  • IMGC 15: Edinburgh, October, 2001 37table
    37table

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  • IMGC 15: Edinburgh, October, 2001 Table of Contents 2
    2 51 table 52 table 53 silly table 54 rob dave guess who lets dance 01 lets dance 02 lets dance 03 lets dance 04 lets dance 05 lets dance 06 lets dance 07 lets dance 08 lets dance 09

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  • 14th International Mouse Genome Conference (2000)
    within the Mouse Genome Yasuhiko Wada Tadashi Imanishi and Takashi Gojobori A8 Comparative Mapping and Sequencing of a 140 kb Region at the Telomere of Human Chromosome 22 Containing 9 Genes Luc J Smink David M Lloyd Owen T McCann Richard Bruskiewich Ewan Birney Adrienne R Hunt and Ian Dunham A9 A Putative Aminophospholipid Transporter is Linked to the p Locus on Mouse Chromosome 7 Madhu S Dhar Lisa S Webb Loren Hauser David West and Dabney Johnson A10 The Jackson Laboratory Mapping Panels Managing the Mouse Radiation Hybrid Panel Data Explosion Rowe LB Barter ME Johanson J Grant K Naggert J Eppig JT A11 A New Wavy Hair Mutation is Mapped Close to Carucul Ca Mutation and Krt2 Cluster on Mouse Chromosome 15 Yoshiaki Kikkawa Choji Taya Rie Ishii and Hiromichi Yonekawa A12 Analysis of Genomic Sequence of the Distal Imprinted Region of Mouse Chromosome 7 Wahyu Purbowasito Reiko Kato Chikako Suda Hisao Shirohzu Takaaki Yokomine Ko Ishihara Takashi Sado Hiroyuki Sasaki A13 Expressed Sequence Tags ESTs as Universal Markers for Comparative Mapping Yasushi Kondo Dominique Simon Chazottes Andrew S McCallion Gregor J Stewart R Wayne Davies Gabor Gyapay Tadao Serikawa and Jean Louis Guénet A14 Fine Mapping of Hague Hag A Mouse Hair Mutation with 2 Epialleles Christophe Poirier Atsushi Yoshiki Kyoko Fujiwara Jean Louis Guenet and Moriaki Kusakabe A15 Physical Mapping of the Region Containing The New Recessive Cataract Gene Ir2 on Mouse Chromosome 14 Hyoungnam Lee Sang Dal Rhee Sung Don Yang Masaaki Okumoto Chang Woo Song and Sungjoo Kim Yoon A16 Genetic Analysis of Autosomal Recessive Cataract Gene lr2 using Intersubspecific F2 mice Fine Mapping and Exclusion of Several Candidate Genes Sang Dal Rhee Sungjoo Kim Yoon Yeong Gwan Park Hyoungnam Lee Sung Don Yang Masaaki Okumoto Kozaburo Esaki Chang Woo Song and Sang Seop Han A17 Genetic Analysis of Modifier Genes which Influence the Tumor Multiplicity in FAP Model Mice Masaki Itoh Akiteru Maeno Ayumi Tari Shihoko Itoh Akiko Kawakami Masayoshi Sawada Tsuneya Ohno and Tetsuo Noda A18 Epigenetic Properties of the Complex Imprinted Locus Gnas on Distal Chromosome 2 Coombes C E Williamson C M Skinner J A Peters J Feil R and Kelsey G A19 Anomaly of External Genitalia A Mouse Model for Hypospadias in Humans Hideki Katoh Kaori Muguruma Mich Ebukuro Yuka Watanabe A20 Males of X Chromosome Consomic Strain B6 MSM Chr X Show Spermatozoa Malformation and Sterility Phenotype Characterization and Mapping of Responsible Gene s Ayako Oka Akihiko Mita Yoichi Mizushina Kiyotaka Toshimori and Toshihiko Shiroishi A21 Genetic Mapping and Characterization of an Autosomal Recessive Mouse Mutation Resulting in Skeletal Defects and Male Infertility K N Bromfield 1 I J Karolyi1 A M Wenglikowski 1 D Dolan2 G Dootz2 A A Finnegan3 L D Siracusa3 S A Camper A22 The CD4 T Cell Deficient Mouse Mutation nackt nkt Involves a Deletion in the Cathepsin L Gene ctsl Benavides F Painter A Poetschke H Glasscock E Rudensky A Richie E Guénet J L Conti C A23 Radiation Hybrid Mapping of

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  • 14th International Mouse Genome Conference (2000)
    Sumii Yuji Masuda Mamoru Takahashi Norimichi Koike Jun Teishima and Kenji Kamiya B10 Characterization of an Insertional Mutation Responsible for Abnormal Limb Development Dominique Simon Chazottes Sylvie Tutois Franck Bourgade Martin J Evans Michael R Kuehn and Jean Louis Guénet B11 Functional Analysis of CRAD3 Overexpressed in Mouse Hepatocellular Carcinoma Masaharu Sumii Takeshi Yamazaki Saburo Fukuda Norimichi Koike Jun Teishima Mamoru Takahashi Yuji Masuda Shiro Kominami Kenji Kamiya B12 Mouse Homologue of the Drosophila pellino Gene Pli1 on Chr 11 is Affected in the Wobbler Mutant Schmitt John T Resch K Wiegand C Fuchs S Jockusch H B13 A Novel Imprinting Gene which Carries A Ring Finger Motif was Mutated in A Mutant Mouse Exhibiting Abnormal Osteogenesis and Poly Cystic Kidney Michiyo Ishida Shinji Sasaki Tomohito Itho Amy Chen Lissa Garrette Anthony Wynshaw Boris and Shinji Hirotsune B14 Accumulation of N acetyl L aspartate Causes Epileptic Seizures and Spongiform Degeneration in the Central Nervous System Kazuhiro Kitada Tomohide Akimitsu Yosuke Shigematsu Akira Kondo Masashi Sasa Tadao Serikawa B15 Positional Cloning of Zitter the Gene Responsible for Hypomyelination and Vacuolation in the Central Nervous System Takashi Kuramoto Kazuhiro Kitada Toshihide Inui Yoshifumi Sasaki Kazumi Ito Takao Hase Saburo Kawaguchi Yoshihiro Ogawa Kazuwa Nakao Gregory S Barsh Minako Nagao Toshikazu Ushijima Tadao Serikawa B16 A Novel Waved Mutant Mouse Develops Dilated Cardiomyopathy BJ Herron L Pacella C Semsarian C Seidman C Rao L Stubbs S Millar DR Beier B17 Comparative Sequencing of the Cytochrome P 450 Cyp1a2 Locus Between Inbred Mouse Strains with Normal and Low Expression of the Gene William L Casley Michele Lemieux Lori Lavigne Jennifer McCaig J Allan Menzies and Larry W Whitehouse B18 Abnormal Signal Transduction by Retrovirus Integration in Pre B Lymphoma of SL Kh Mice Tatsuaki Tsuruyama Takuro Nakamura Guang Jin Hiai Hiroshi B19 Some Spermatogenic Proteins are Serologically Detectable Male Antigens SDM as Revealed by Male Enhanced Antigen 1 Mea1 and 2 Mea2 Identified with Polyclonal and Monoclonal Anti H Y Antibodies Respectively Shizuyo Sutou Shoichi Matsukuma Masaaki Kondo Yasuhide Ohinata and Youji Mitsui B20 Indistinct Replication Senescence of Primary Cultured Mouse Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cells Despite the Expression of Normal p16Ink4a p19Arf and p53 Katsuhiro Ogawa Emi Imamura Masahiko Obata Kan Kishibe and Junichi Goto B21 Molecular Mechanisms of Positive and Negative Regulation of Per1 Transcription Akiko Hida Fukuda Nobuya Koike Matsumi Hirose Masahira Hattori Yoshiyuki Sakaki and Hajime Tei B22 Identification and Characterization of DNA Isolated from Animal Bones Excavated from Kwagji Cheju Korea Archeological Sites Michael Moon You Oh Yong Hwan Jung Sang Hyun Han You Sung Oh and Mi Hee Ko B23 A RFLP in the Genomic DNA of the Murine Atp7a Gene in the Tortoiseshell Allele Jingfang Niu Frank A Verley Laura LaFave and Lara Davis B24 Regulation of SCF Ubiquitin Ligase Complex by NEDD8 Rub1 Ligating System Tomoki Chiba and Keiji Tanaka B25 The Deaf Mouse Mutant Jeff Jf is A Single Gene Model for OME glue ear Rachel E Hardisty Alexandra Erven Karen Logan Patrick M Nolan Jo Peters

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