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Human Genome News Archive Edition
Human Genome News, Jan.-Feb. 1995; 6(5): 15

Citations for 1994 Single-Chromosome Workshops*

*The information below is listed by chromosome, meeting date, and citation.

Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics

Chromosome 1, March 25-27, 67, 143-65

Chromosome 2, June 24-26, 67, 215-44

Chromosome 3, May 8-9, 68, 125-46

Chromosome 8, Sept. 16-18, 68, 147-64

Chromosome 11, Sept. 25-28, 69, 127-58

Chromosome 12, June 20-22, 67, 245-76

Chromosome 13, May 20-22, 70, 1-22

Chromosome 14, Sept. 1-3, 69, 159-74

Chromosome 15, Feb. 18-20, 67, 1-22

Chromosome 16, May 7-9, 68, 165-84

Chromosome 22, July 2-5, 67, 277-94

Chromosome X, April 24-27, 67, 295-358

Chromosome Y, April 2-5, 67, 359-402

Annals of Human Genetics

Chromosome 9, April 9-11, 58, 177-250


HGMIS staff

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