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  • International Mammalian Genome Society
    you an orientation of the city and many historical facts in English The same tour will take place on Sunday September 15 at 4 PM to 6 PM Monday September 16 at 5 30 PM to 7 30 PM There will be a minimal charge 5 Euro or 6 50 to pay for the guide should you choose to go on one of these tours Please indicate your intention to

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  • Index of /Archive/abstracts/2009abstracts/images
    Name Last modified Size Description Parent Directory San diego zoo pic jpg 13 Nov 2009 09 09 748K San diego zoo pic1 jpg 13 Nov 2009 09 10 405K Apache

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  • 22nd International Mouse Genome Conference (2008)
    present oral and poster presentations at the annual meeting The outstanding contributions of these young scientists are recognized through several awards The first of these awards is the Verne Chapman Young Scientist Award which is given to the most outstanding oral presentation from a postdoctoral fellow or student This is a monetary award of 500 that reflects Dr Chapman s dedication to mentoring junior scientists Other monetary awards this year are given by genesis and the American Society of Human Genetics A large group of publishing companies sponsor this year s presentation prizes which are a one year subscription to their journal Springer is also donating a book These awards are given to the most outstanding poster presentations by graduate students and postdoctoral fellows and are chosen by members of the IMGS Secretariat during the course of the meeting Oral Presentations 500 for Verne Chapman Award Joe Rainer MRC Human Genetics Unit 250 each from genesis Alison Hough Medical Research Council Morag Lewis Wellcome Trust Sanger Centre 250 each from Genetics Society of America Samir Kelada National Human Genome Research Institute Dawn Watkins Chow National Human Genome Research Institute Prizes for Posters GENETICS Zala Prevorsek University of Ljubljana Nature Karen

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  • 22nd International Mouse Genome Conference (2008)
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  • 18th International Mouse Genome Conference (2004)
    ABSTRACTS Session 1 Genome Analysis and Systems Biology Chair Yoshihide Hayashizaki Contemporary Approaches to the Extract Function from the Mouse Genome Allan Bradley Director Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Cambridge United Kingdom Genome Analysis and Systems Biology Papers The Functional Implications of Linkage Disequilibrium Blocks on Mouse Chromosomes Paigen K Petkov PM Graber JH Churchill G The Jackson Laboratory Bar Harbor ME United States Coupled Computational and Experimental Approaches to Discovery of Coding and Non coding Genes in the Mouse Genome Hughes TR Morris Q Zhang W Babak T Mohammad N Shai O Fehlings M Aubin J Van der Kooy D Rossant J Bruneau B Blencowe B Frey B University of Toronto Toronto Canada Identification of Co expressed Gene Clusters in a Comparative Analysis of Transcriptome and Proteome in Mouse Tissues Mijalski T 1 Harder A 2 Halder T 2 Kersten M 2 Horsch M 1 Drobyshev A 1 Lottspeich F 3 Hrabe de Angelis M 1 Beckers J 1 1 Institute of Experimental Genetics GSF National Research Centre for Environment and Health Neuherberg Germany 2 TopLab GmbH Proteomics Division Martinsried Germany 3 Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry Martinsried Germany In Silico Mapping Use of Inferred Haplotypes to Define QTLs Pletcher

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  • 18th International Mouse Genome Conference (2004)
    Uno Y 2 Kokubu C 1 Horie K 1 1 Dept of Social and Environmental Medicine Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine Osaka Japan 2 The Institute of Experimental Animal Science Osaka University Osaka Japan INGENOtyping An Highly Efficient Approach to Generate Gene Targeted Mouse and Rat Models Laufs J Sedlmeier R Peters T Huffstadt U Wattler S Nehls M Ingenium Pharmaceuticals Martinsried Germany Mutations that Cause Heterozygous Eye Defects

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  • 18th International Mouse Genome Conference (2004)
    of Genome II Papers Somatic Sleeping Beauty Transposition Provides a Potentially Potent Cancer Gene Discovery Tool Jenkins NA Dupuy AJ Copeland NG National Cancer Institute Frederick United States Genomic Characterization of Neuronal Synapse Yang S 2 Murphy TK 2 Hadley D 4 Farias M 2 Kapfhamer D 2 Ungar L 1 Kim J 3 Bucan M 1 1 Penn Center for Bioinformatics University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States 2 Department of Genetics SOM University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States 3 Department of Computer and Information Sciences SEAS University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States 4 Department of Biology SAS University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia United States Identification of Region specific Transcription Factor Genes in the Adult Mouse Brain by Medium scale Real time RT PCR Suzuki H Okunishi R Hashizume W Katayama S Ninomiya N Osato N Sato K Nakamura M Iida J Kanamori M Hayashizaki Y RIKEN GSC Yokohama Japan Significance of Genetic Variability in the Human PON1 Gene Explored in a Mouse Model Furlong CE 1 Cole TB 1 Richter RJ 1 Li WF 1 Carlson C 1 Nickerson D 1 Jarvik GP 1 Lusis AJ 2 Tward A 2 Shih D 2 Costa LG 1 1 University of Washington

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  • 18th International Mouse Genome Conference (2004)
    Establishing the Functional Potential of Conserved Non coding Sequences Grice EA 1 Emison E 1 Portnoy ME 2 Rochelle E 1 NISC Comparative Sequencing Program 2 Green ED 2 Chakravarti A 1 McCallion AS 1 1 McKusick Nathans Institute of Genetics Medicine Johns Hopkins University Baltimore United States 2 National Human Genome Research Institute National Institutes of Health Bethesda United States ExactPlus A Program for Detecting Small Conserved Genomic Regions by Multi Species Sequence Comparisons Antonellis A 1 Prasad AB 1 Wolfsberg TG 1 NCS Program 2 Green ED 1 Pavan WJ 3 1 Genome Technology Branch NHGRI NIH Bethesda United States 2 NIH Intramural Sequencing Center NHGRI NIH Gaithersburg United States 3 Genetic Disease Research Branch NHGRI NIH Bethesda United States Polymorphisms Predating the Divergence of the Mus musculus Subspecies are Very Common in Inbred Strains Pardo Manuel de Villena F 1 Ideraabdullah FY 1 Doherty HE 1 Bell TA 1 De la Casa Esperon E 2 Detwiler DA 1 Sapienza C 2 1 Department of Genetics UNC Chapel Hill Chapel Hill United States 2 Fels Institute fro Cancer Research temple University School of Medicine Philadelphia United States Regulatory and Coding Sequences of the Pituitary Specific Transcription Factor PROP1

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