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Human Genome News, January 1992; 3(5)

HUGO Names 1992 Council, Requests YAC Library Information

The Human Genome Organization (HUGO) has announced its 1992 Council, with the terms of new members expiring in 1994.

Other HUGO activities involve the small HUGO task force on yeast artificial chromosomes (YACs), chaired by Gert-Jan van Ommen (Leiden University, Netherlands). The group is now compiling inventories of both chromosome-specific and genomic YAC libraries [see HGN 3(4), 12-13 (November 1991)]. Information on these libraries will be available through the HUGO offices and in Human Genome News.

To make the inventories as complete and useful as possible, the task force requests that investigators making and screening YAC libraries contact HUGO with information such as insert size and co-ligation frequency. A list of other needed data can be faxed to investigators upon request.

Contact:

  • Liz Evans
    HUGO Europe
    179 Great Portland Street, 5th Floor
    London W1N 5TB, U.K.
    Fax: (Int.) 44/71-436-1988

Hugo Council 1992

Terms Expire December 1992

  • Walter Bodmer, United Kingdom
  • Charles R. Cantor, United States
  • Malcolm Ferguson Smith, United Kingdom
  • Victor McKusick, United States
  • Glauco Tocchini-Valentini, Italy
  • Lennart Philipson, Germany

Terms Expire December 1993

  • Francis Collins, United States
  • H. John Evans, United Kingdom
  • Leroy Hood, United States
  • Andrei Mirzabekov, Russia
  • Grant Sutherland, Australia
  • James Wyngaarden, United States

Terms Expire December 1994

  • Kay E. Davies, United Kingdom
  • Eric Lander, United States
  • Jean-Louis Mandel, France
  • Kenichi Matsubara, Japan
  • Ulf Pettersson, Sweden
  • Nobuyoshi Shimizu, Japan

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