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Human Genome News Archive Edition
Human Genome News, Jan.-Feb. 1995; 6(5): 13
A course for researchers who have a basic understanding of linkage analysis but little or no experience in using linkage programs will be held June 12-16 at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City. Topics will include an introduction to linkage analysis, practical aspects of data collection, strategies and methods of linkage analysis, incomplete penetrance (narrow and wide definition), inbreeding loops, simple risk calculations, and introduction to computer simulation. A major part of the course will consist of exercises using LINKAGE software programs. Attendance is limited to 30. [Contact: Katherine Montague (212/960-2507, Fax: /568-2750, firstname.lastname@example.org).]
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