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  1. Human Gene Evolution (Human Molecular Genetics)
  2. Cancer Informatics in the Post Genomic Era: Toward Information-Based Medicine (Cancer Treatment and Research)
  3. New Human Genetics by Gerald J., Ph.D. Stine, 1989-01
  4. Functional Analysis of the Human Genome (Human Molecular Genetics) by F. Farzaneh and, 1995-01-01
  5. Essential Science: The Human Genome (Essential Science Series) by Jeremy Cherfas, John Gribbin, 2002-04-01
  6. Human Molecular Biology Laboratory Manual by Stefan Surzycki, 2003-02-03
  7. Genetic Influences on Human Fertility and Sexuality - Theoretical and Empirical Contributions from the Biological and Behavioral Sciences by L. Mealey. Part, Joseph Lee Rodgers, et all 2000-06-01
  8. Human Gene Mapping, 8 (International Workshop on Human Gene Mapping//Human Gene Mapping)
  9. Evaluating Human Genetic Diversity by Committee on Human Genome Diversity, National Research Council, 1998-01-19
  10. Human Genetics &_Genomics 3RD EDITION by Bruce RKorf, 2007
  11. Genomic Imprinting (Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology)
  12. Potential link found between lung health and levels of HDL. (Brief Reports: Nutrition, Health, and Genomics).: An article from: Human Ecology by Susan S. Lang, 2002-12-01
  13. Preventing childhood obesity at school, at home, and in the community: Cornell nutritional sciences expert presents legislative testimony on the childhood ... Genomics): An article from: Human Ecology
  14. Nutritionists attribute postpartum weight loss to daily exercise and positive attitude: intention and confidence, researchers say, are the strongest predictors ... Genomics): An article from: Human Ecology by Susan S. Lang, 2002-09-01

81. The Laboratory Of Professor David E. Housman
to human disease phenotypes. Genetic Marker Home Page. Lab Members. Please send commentsand suggestions regarding this home page to
The Laboratory of Professor
David E. Housman
Center for Cancer Research
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Avenue, E17-543
Cambridge, MA 02139
ph: (617) 253-3013
fax: (617) 253-5202
General outline of our research activity:
  • Identification and characterization of mammalian genes involved in diseases and development,
  • Development and implementation of strategies for efficient mapping of mammalian genomes, and
  • Utilization of mouse genetics to develop useful models for understanding the genetic contribution to human disease phenotypes. Genetic Marker Home Page
    Lab Members


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    Please send comments and suggestions regarding this home page to: Last modified March 2000
  • 82. Genome Index Page -
    biodiversity. environment. human genome. biotechnology. evolution. new biodiversity. environment. genomics. biotechnology. evolution. new frontiers.
    home search email this page updates signup ... education issues in genomics indicates "educator resources" section at end of article Genetic information and privacy
    "Does Genetic Research Threaten Our Civil Liberties?"
    by Philip Bereano, Ph.D.
    "For Sale: Iceland's Genetic History"
    by Oksana Hlodan Ethics of DNA patenting
    "DNA Patents Create Monopolies on Living Organisms"
    from Council for Responsible Genetics Applications of genomic mapping
    "Species: Comparing Their Genome"
    from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
    "Ethical Issues in Pharmacogenetics"
    by Carol Isaacson Barash, Ph.D.
    "The Genetics of Autism"
    by Michael J. Dougherty, Ph.D. New frontiers
    "Evolutionary Biology: Technology for the 21st Century"

    83. The Institute For Genomic Research
    Primary research interests are in structural, functional and comparative analysis of genomes and gene Category Science Biology Genetics Organizations...... of the next four organisms for development of functional genomics reagents Mycobacterium Genomesequence of the human malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum.


    New Mobile Bioscience Lab To Help Schools Keep Pace With Fast-Moving Research

    The nation's newest and largest mobile laboratory, the MdBioLab, will be launched in early February to help Maryland high schools enhance their bioscience education programs. TIGR has partnered with MdBio, Inc., and the University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute to create this innovative non-profit project. Press Release
    PFGRC Adds Four Pathogens For Year Two

    The Pathogen Functional Genomics Resource Center and The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease announce the selection of the next four organisms for development of functional genomics reagents: Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Plasmodium falciparum, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, and the Chlamydia family.
    Rice Genome Sequence Announced By International Public Consortium

    An international sequencing consortium that includes TIGR announced today that scientists have completed the assembly of an advanced, high-quality draft genome sequence of rice and made that data freely available. The sequence is an important new tool for agricultural and nutritional research involving one of the world's most important crops. Press Release
    More TIGR News >>

    Genome News Network

    March 7 to March 21, 2003

    84. Structural Genomics At BNL
    BNL is independently taking a structural genomics approach to gain structural informationabout human proteins that are involved in sensing and repairing DNA
    Structural Genomics at BNL
    Structural genomics is the systematic determination of 3-dimensional structures of proteins representative of the range of protein structure and function found in nature. The aim, ultimately, is to build a body of structural information that will facilitate prediction of a reasonable structure and potential function for almost any protein from knowledge of its coding sequence. Such information will be essential for understanding the functioning of the human proteome, the ensemble of tens of thousands of proteins specified by the human genome.
    BNL is a member of the New York Structural Genomics Research Consortium ( NYSGRC ), which is supported by the Protein Structure Initiative of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) to be a Pilot Structural Genomics Center. Procedures are being developed for high-throughput x-ray crystallography of proteins expressed from cloned genomic or cDNA. Initial targets include a variety of yeast proteins, proteins associated with human disease, and proteins of human pathogens. Protein targets and progress toward structure determination will be posted on the NYSGRC web site.
    BNL is independently taking a structural genomics approach to gain structural information about human proteins that are involved in sensing and repairing DNA damage. This work is supported by the Office of Biological and Environmental Research of the Department of Energy. Protein targets and progress toward structure determination will be posted on this site in the following tables:

    85. Genomics, Society & Human Health
    genomics Society and human Health is a groundbreaking opportunity for researchersand students, from as far a field as molecular biology, medicine, computer
    G enomics Society and Human Health is a ground-breaking opportunity for researchers and students, from as far a field as molecular biology, medicine, computer science, philosophy, law and public health, to work together with the people of Western Australia to explore the implications of new genetic knowledge for our way of life in the Twenty First Century. The program is centred on five themes: Understanding Advances in Genetics; New Frontiers in Medicine; Bioinformatics and Population Health; Social and Ethical Implications; and a Future for Society. These activities are supported by The University of Western Australia Institute of Advanced Studies. Winners of the Design-A-Gene Web Page WA Human Genetic Research Forum Professor D'Arcy Holman's introduction (Video)
    • Part one Part two
    • Part three
    Those videos are RAM files which require RealPlayer Basic to play. RealPlayer Basic is available free from EVENTS MEDIA THEMES * Advances in Genetics * New Frontiers in

    Population Health
    The University of Western Australia

    Unauthorised duplication or modification of this page and its contents is prohibited.

    86. HGMP-RC Fugu Genomics Project
    The Fugu genomics Group has already scanned in excess of 1000 cosmids. genomic lociin depth, focusing on regions sharing synteny with human chromosomes 11p13
    The Fugu Genomics Project
    Fugu assembly release 2 - 17th May 2002

    The UK MRC funds the Fugu Genomics Group at the HGMP-RC , as part of its commitment to comparative mapping and sequencing of vertebrate genomes. The group, headed by Greg Elgar, is involved in a number of projects geared towards understanding sequence data generated by the human genome project. Fugu rubripes (the Japanese puffer fish) is particularly suited to this kind of analysis because whilst its 400Mb genome is eight times smaller than human's, it has a similar repertoire of genes. These genome characteristics along with the large evolutionary distance between bony fish and mammals make Fugu a useful tool for studying gene evolution. See Elgar et al for further details. Please use the links in the navigation bars at the bottom of this webpage to access areas of the website. The Fugu Genomics Group has already scanned in excess of 1000 cosmids . Current work involves constructing large BAC contigs to examine particular genomic loci in depth, focusing on regions sharing synteny with human chromosomes 11p13, 20q12 and 6p21.3 (MHC). Data from these projects will involve the construction of a BAC database and will become available when accepted for publication. The Fugu Genomics Group also has a commitment to providing support for other researchers working on Fugu and this includes provision of resources and technical support.

    87. Stanford Genomic Resources
    Provides links to various systematic analysis projects, resources, laboratories, and departments at Category Science Biology Genetics Eukaryotic...... Gene Ontology (GO) Consortium. Stanford genomics Breast Cancer Consortium Portal.human Radiation Hybrid Map Server. SaccharomycesGenome Deletion Project.
    Stanford Genomic Resources
    This page provides links to various systematic analysis projects, resources, laboratories, and departments at Stanford University . It is maintained by the Saccharomyces Genome Database within the School of Medicine
    Database Resources Saccharomyces Genome Database Stanford Microarray Database PharmGKB ... Database)
    Stanford Genome Centers Stanford Human Genome Center (SHGC) Stanford Genome Technology Center
    Stanford Genomic Projects Stanford Functional Genomics Facility (SFGF) Gene Ontology (GO) Consortium Stanford Genomics Breast Cancer Consortium Portal Human Radiation Hybrid Map Server ... Yeast Genetic Footprinting
    Published Datasets (Stanford) S.cerevisiae C. elegans Human All organisms
    Software Resources Microarray Software
    Genomic Research Departments Genetics Biological Sciences Biochemistry Developmental Biology
    Mirrored Resources GeneCards v2.26u1 VectorDB WebMiner
    New Items
    Alter O, et al. (2003) Generalized singular value decomposition for comparative analysis of genome-scale expression data sets of two different organisms. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 100(6):3351-3356
    Higgins JP, et al. (2003) Gene expression patterns in renal cell carcinoma assessed by complementary DNA microarray. Am J Pathol 162(3):925-32 Whitney AR, et al. (2003) Individuality and variation in gene expression patterns in human blood. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 100(4):1896-901 Bohen SP, et al. (2003) Variation in gene expression patterns in follicular lymphoma and the response to rituximab. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 100(4):1926-30 ... Enter here for previous Web Supplements Organism-limited sets are also available from the

    88. Wellcome Trust Centre For Human Genetics - Core Genomics
    genomics Home. Sequenom. Microarray Facility. human 6p Deletions and Mouse Models.Mutation Detection. EBV Transformation Service. Sequencing. ABI 3700. ABI Matrices.
    Genomics Home Sequenom Microarray Facility Human 6p Deletions and Mouse Models ... vacancies
    Core Genomics
    Head of Department Dr. Ioannis Ragoussis Aaron Abbott Dr. Helen Butler Gerovie Davidson ... vacancies This page updated: Friday, March 7, 2003

    89. NCGR Homepage
    Develop bioinformatics and computational biology tools to support genetic analysis and discovery .Category Science Biology Eukaryotic Animal Mammal human...... and enable discovery. Primary research areas include genomics, biochemicalpathways and gene expression. SOFTWARE/TECHNOLOGY NCGR
    Programs Software Events About ... Search
    NOTE: On 20 March 2003, NCGR web sites will be offline during network maintenance between 9PM and 3AM, MST (GMT-7). We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
    In collaboration with users worldwide, NCGR creates biological databases and analytical tools to accelerate and enable discovery. Primary research areas include genomics, biochemical pathways and gene expression.

    NCGR offers a variety of software tools that facilitate the access, integration, and analysis of different biological data types. Our tools provide scientists with a framework for accelerating discovery and understanding biological processes.
    PathDB Software Version 2.0. Now Available

    The latest version of NCGR's GUI based Pathway Analysis tool is now available for local installation and client download. New job openings
    Take a look at the exciting new career opportunities

    90. 2003 GRC On Human Genetics & Genomics
    human Genetics genomics August 38, 2003 Colby College Waterville,ME. Chair Aravinda Chakravarti Vice Chair Eric Green. TOPICS
    August 3-8, 2003
    Colby College
    Waterville, ME Chair: Aravinda Chakravarti
    Vice Chair: Eric Green TOPICS

    • A. Chakravarti
      /E. Lander/ E. Eichler/ E. Green)
    • Functional Dissection of the Human Genome
      K. Davies
      /C. Burge/T. Gingeras/H. Dietz/E. Rubin)
    • Genome and Human Evolution
      E. Eichler
      /B. Trask/A. Sidow/P. Green/W.-H. Li)
    • Mechanisms of Genomic Disease
      B. Trask
      /J. Lupski/B. Morrow/D. Albertson/M. Bedell)
    • Molecular and Functional Variation
      D. Altshuler
      / D. Nickerson/D. Bentley/ A. Chakravarti /P.-Y. Kwok)
    • Molecular Genetic Epidemiology
      D. Nickerson
      /D. Cutler/N. Cox/A. Doyle)
    • Gene Identification in Complex Disease
      H. Willard
      /S. Antonarakis/D. Altshuler/E. Boerwinkle/M. Justice)
    • J. Lupski /H. Willard /J. Lee/K. Davies)
    Disussion Leaders are in Bold Last Updated: 12/04/02 by Jeff Carroll

    91. GeneTrove || Genomics Backgrounder - The Human Genome
    genomics Backgrounder. The human Genome. The information necessary forbuilding and maintaining life, from simple bacteria to remarkably
    Genomics Backgrounder
    The Human Genome
    Many laboratories in the U.S., funded by the Human Genome Project (HGP), as well as many private companies, are performing sequencing of the human genome. Special issues of Science (Feb. 16, 2001) and Nature (Feb. 15, 2001) contain the working draft of the human genome sequence. The Nature publication includes the description and initial analysis of the sequence as generated by the Human Genome Project and is in the public domain. The Science publication describes sequences generated by the biotechnology company Celera Genomics .The sequence reported by Celera contains between 26,500-30,000 genes, which represents approximately 95% of the entire genome. This sequence is applicable to everyone, because all humans share the same basic set of genes and genomic regulatory regions that control the development and maintenance of their biological structures and processes. It is anticipated that a high-quality sequence of the human genome will be available by the end of 2003. Efforts of the genomics industry have resulted in a massive increase in both the amount and rate of accumulation of information over the last 3-5 years. Some highlights are:

    92. Human Genome Epidemiology Network
    Club for human Genome Epidemiology Network, What's new with HuGE Net, Case Studies,Fact Sheets, Reviews, Feed Back, Evaluating HuGE Studies, genomics and Disease
    W elcome to HuGENet™, a global collaboration of individuals and organizations who develop and communicate epidemiologic information on the human genome. Researchers are studying genetic variation to: Develop population-specific prevalence data on human
    gene variants Develop epidemiologic data on the association between genetic variation and diseases in different populations Develop quantitative population-based data on
    gene-environment interaction Determine population impact of genetic tests and services The results of these studies will lead to the use of genetic information to prevent disease and improve health. about us site search privacy last updated March 13, 2003

    93. Human Genome Project Information
    News about this Department of Energy project. Includes abstracts on the legal, ethical and social issues. is DOE's next step in genomicsbuilding on data and resources from the human Genome Project, the Microbial Genome
    The Human Genome Program of the U.S. Department of Energy funds this suite of Web sites.


    tools for exploring the sequence
    The Genomes to Life program is DOE's next step in genomicsbuilding on data and resources from the Human Genome Project, the Microbial Genome Program, and systems biology to accelerate understanding of dynamic living systems. Celebrating 50 years of the discovery of the double helix DNA structure and the anticipated completion of the Human Genome Project
    Welcome! Explore this site for information about the U.S. and worldwide Human Genome Project. B egun in 1990, the U.S. Human Genome Project is a 13-year effort coordinated by the Department of Energy and the National Institutes of Health. The project originally was planned to last 15 years, but effective resource and technological advances have accelerated the expected completion date to 2003. Project goals are to
    • identify all the approximately 30,000 genes in human DNA

    94. The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
    Genome research centre furthering the knowledge of genetics through largescale sequencing and analysis Category Science Biology Genetics Research Centers...... human, Mouse, Zebrafish, Microbes, Protozoans, C.elegans, S.pombe, C.briggsae, X.tropicalisGenomics Genetics Cancer Genome Project, human Genetics, Mouse, C
    Information Teams Faculty People ...
    Advertised Jobs
    18th Mar 2003 More Essential network maintenance On Saturday the 22nd March between 07:00-19:00 GMT Ensembl will be unavailable and Sanger services will be greatly reduced ... 14th Mar 2003 More AceDB version 4.9p released The AceDB team are pleased to announce the release of a new Development version of AceDB. ... 4th Mar 2003 More The Sanger Institute is pleased to announce the availability of release 5 of Artemis and release 2 of ACT. ... 3rd Mar 2003 More Ensembl version 11 released Ensembl is pleased to announce a total of nine species with new data and updated schema for metazoan genomes. ... Finished Sequence: 1,654,917,538 bases (18-Mar-2003, 05:16 PM) Detailed Statistics Sanger Institute Site Search Contact us

    95. Mutation Research Genomics, A Section Of Mutation Research.
    Covers the nature and consequences of genome variations in humans and appropriate model systems, focusing on experimental approaches, instrumentation, and informatics technologies.
    Home Search What's New
    Electronic Services
    ... Links Mutation Research Genomics, a section of Mutation Research.
    Journal Information
    Bibliographic and Ordering Information

    Authors and Editors
    Why Publish with Elsevier Science?
    Guide for Authors

    Help and FAQ
    Contents Services
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    Last update: 17 Mar 2003

    96. Gene Amplification Intl
    Consultants in genomics and bioinformatics, specifically acquired genetic disorders due to exposure of humans living near uncontrolled hazardous waste sites.
    Gene Amplification Intl
    Environmental Consulting Agency

    Gene Amplificaion International Welcome to the "twenty nineth" of a series of environmental updates. This environmental update is taken from "Hazardous Waste-Associated Acquired Genetic Disorders". G. McKinstry. European Journal of Human Genetics, Vol. 9, Supplement 1, May 2001, page 326 and
    P1154 (poster) presented at the 10th International Congress of Human Genetics (ICHG) meeting, May 15-19, 2001, Vienna, Austria.
    Environmental updates are also, provided at this site, highlighting these and other environmental-related issues. These updates can be easily downloaded to most computer printers.
    **Side Comment below: Taken from The Scientist 12[2]:1, Jan. 19, 1998 (
    **"The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, for example is trumpeting a plan to identify polymorphisms that render some people more vulnerable to pollutants and elements like lead and iron. L. Carl Barrett, scientific director of the institutes division of intramural research , says the Environmental Genome Project could cost $60 million over five years. Basic parameters, such as the number and identity of candidate genes, however, have yet to be established."
    **At the time of this posting (06/01), the information contained within the side comment was 3 yrs. old, publication date Jan. 1998.

    97. B200 Human Genome Lectures
    Molecular Biology and the human Genome Project. Chapters 3, 4, 5 and 15of human genetics the molecular revolution by Edwin McConkey, pub.
    Molecular Biology and the Human Genome Project
    These are the last three lectures of the Biology B200 course, given by Dr Jonathan Wolfe Chapters 3, 4, 5 and 15 of Human genetics: the molecular revolution by Edwin McConkey, pub. Jones and Bartlett, 1993 are recommended reading. An excellent (though slightly out of date) web site to visit for relevant information is The US Department of Energy's Primer of Molecular Genetics . (The Department of Energy is a big mover in the Genome World.)
    Table of Contents
    Molecular Biology and the Human Genome Project Introduction Cloning cDNA clones ... Sequencing
    The last thirty years have seen the study of the human genome grow from a minority academic interest into a mega-industry. During this time it has ceased to be solely an academic province but has become the object of study of the major pharmaceutical companies, for example, in the US and UK SmithKline Beecham are very active in the field of human genome research. This is a link to their publicity . In addition research has moved out of small laboratories and into a few heavily funded genome factories (for want of a better word). The principal UK effort is at the Sanger Centre in Cambridgeshire.

    98. JAMA -- Page Not Found
    2001;28622802288 ABSTRACT FULL TEXT PDF SPECIAL COMMUNICATIONS The Anatomyof the human Genome A Neo-Vesalian Basis for Medicine in the 21st Century
    Select Journal or Resource JAMA Archives of Dermatology Facial Plastic Surgery Family Medicine (1992-2000) General Psychiatry Internal Medicine Neurology Ophthalmology Surgery MSJAMA Science News Updates Meetings Peer Review Congress
    The page you requested was not found. The JAMA Archives Journals Web site has been redesigned to provide you with improved layout, features, and functionality. The location of the page you requested may have changed. To find the page you requested, click here HOME CURRENT ISSUE PAST ISSUES ... HELP Error 404 - "Not Found"

    99. LLNL Human Genome Center
    Undertake sequencing of genomic regions containing DNA repair genes and human chromosome 19. Features Category Science Biology Eukaryotic Animal Mammal human...... on highthroughput sequencing, shotgun sequencing technology development, and functionalgenomics. regions containing DNA repair genes and human chromosome 19.
    LLNL Human Genome Center

    In the past two years, the goals of the Human Genome Center have undergone a dramatic evolution. This change is the result of several factors both intrinsic and extrinsic to the Human Genome Initiative. They include: 1) the successful completion of the first phase goal of the Center, namely a high-resolution, sequence-ready map of human chromosome 19; 2) advances in DNA sequencing that allowed us to accelerate scaling this operation; 3) the development of a strategic plan for the Biology and Biotechnology Research Program which integrates our resources and strengths in genomics with programs in DNA repair, individual susceptibility, structural biology, and microbial biotechnology; and 4) the formation of a Joint Genome Institute for the Department of Energy with its three Genome Centers at Livermore, Berkeley, and Los Alamos as anchors.
    In addition to genomic sequence, over 50 complementary DNA clones (cDNAs) from genes on human chromosome 19 were fully sequenced and submitted to public sequence databases. We have expanded the basis of the LLNL-based I.M.A.G.E. Consortium, an effort to characterize the transcribed human genome, through interactions with numerous collaborators (in particular, Washington University - Merck) such that the clone collection is now the largest public collection of sequenced cDNA clones, with over 500,000 arrayed clones, over 500,000 sequences in public databases, and over 15,000 mapped cDNAs.

    100. Genetics, Genomics, And The Law: September 27-28, 2002
    Home The Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy Duke University School of Law Duke University

    The Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy Duke University School of Law Duke University
    The Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy Duke University School of Law Duke University

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