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Human Genome News, July 1991; 3(2)

Mouse Workshop To Emphasize New Technologies, Other Areas


The Fifth International Mouse Genome Mapping Workshop will be held October 14-18 in Lunteren, the Netherlands. The program will concentrate on general strategies of genome analysis with emphasis on new technologies; logistical problems; sharing probes, oligonucleotides, and other resources; mouse models; biological resources; and informatics. Sufficient time will be allocated for individual chromosome committee meetings.

Abstracts of proposed presentations are required by August 1. Detailed information about the program, registration, facilities, accommodations, and transportation may be obtained from the workshop secretariat. Contact: Marlijn Sonne; Netherlands Cancer Institute, H4; Plesmanlaan 121; 1066 CX Amsterdam, the Netherlands; (Int.) 31/20-512-1990; Fax: (Int.) 31/20-617-2625.


HGMIS Staff

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