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

Chromosome Workshops Planned for 1995

  • Chromosome 1, Sept. 22-24, Vienna,
    A. Weith, +43-1/797-30-625
  • Chromosome 3, Oct. 22-23, Minneapolis,
    S. Naylor, 210/567-3842
  • Chromosome 9, April 22-25, Williamsburg, Va.,
    M. Pericak-Vance, 919/684-6274
  • Chromosome 10, Sept. 29-Oct. 1, Crete, Greece,
    J. Mao, 617/893-5007 ext. 242
  • Chromosome 12, Nov. 17-19, Leuven, Belgium,
    P. Marynen, +32-16/34-5891
  • Chromosome 13, Oct. 29-31, Ossining, N.Y.,
    D. Warburton, 212/305-7143
  • Chromosome 16, Nov. 13-14, Leiden, Netherlands,
    M. Breuning, +31-71/276-293
  • Chromosome 18, May 8-10, Philadelphia,
    J. Overhauser, 215/955-5188
  • Chromosome Y, Sept. 17-20, Pacific Grove, Calif.,
    C. Lau, 415/476-8839

HGMIS staff

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