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Human Genome News, March 1994; 5(6)

Welcome to the HGN Acronym Listing

This acronym listing is prepared for Human Genome News by K. Alicia Davidson of the Human Genome Management Information System at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). To subscribe to a hard copy of HGN, contact Betty Mansfield, HGMIS; ORNL; 1060 Commerce Park, MS 6480; Oak Ridge, TN 37830 (615/576-6669, Fax: /574-9888, Internet:

  • AMIA
    American Medical Informatics Association
    American Registry of Pathology/Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
    American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • ATCC
    American Type Culture Collection
  • BTP
    Biotechnology Training Programs
    Center for Advanced Training in Cell and Molecular Biology/Catholic Univ. of America
  • CHI
    Cambridge Healthtech Institute
  • CIMB
    Center for International Meetings on Biology
  • CSHL
    Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
  • DOE
    Department of Energy
    Genome Data Base/Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man
    General Motors Cancer Research Foundation
  • IBC
    International Business Community
  • LTI
    Life Technologies, Inc.
  • MBL
    Marine Biological Laboratory
    National Center for Human Genome Research
  • NIH
    National Institutes of Health
  • PRIM&R
    Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research
  • PSC
    Pittsburgh SuperComputing Center
  • WLMG
    Wellcome Laboratory for Molecular Genetics

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