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ID: GENO0026
Start date: 1992-02-01, End date: 1994-01-31
The aim of this program is to draw a detailed physical and genetic map of the major histocompatibility complex (MHC) located on the human genome in 6p21-23.
Programme: FP2-HUMGEN C
Record Number: 24951
Last updated on: 1995-05-12
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Start date: 2011-10-24, End date: 2011-10-25
Who should attend? Understanding how it works and how to fulfill all criteria + optimising the chances of success For all projects leaders, persons in charge of developing its organisation from public, private and non-profit sector.
Programme: JRC-ENDWEL C
Record Number: 127888
Last updated on: 2011-09-06
Research was carried out in order to construct physical maps, genetic maps and transcript maps for the juxtacentromeric region of the human X chromosome. The physical maps were generated using yeast artificial chromosome (YAC) clones and the genetic map was generated by isolat...
Programme: FP2-HUMGEN C
Record Number: 12352
Last updated on: 1998-01-15
A chromosomal deoxyribonucleic acid (cDNA) Resource has been created from which users can gain rapid access to any cDNA of interest. Using technology for normalizing cDNA libraries 21 000 normalized cDNA clones were added to the collection from average 15 week menstrual age br...
Programme: FP2-HUMGEN C
Record Number: 12359
Last updated on: 1998-02-03
ID: GENO0025
Start date: 1992-04-01, End date: 1994-03-31
A high density radiation hybrid map was constructed consisting of 506 sequence tagged site (STS) markers spanning human chromosome 11. The map includes 143 unique map positions that could be ordered with respect to each other. Based on the estimated length of 144 megabases (M...
Programme: FP2-HUMGEN C
Record Number: 4430
Last updated on: 1992-09-03
ID: GENO0007
Start date: 1991-07-01, End date: 1993-06-30
The 22 Network laboratories undertook to screen a total of 81 markers each over the 2 years. At the end of the first year, a total of more than 343 or more markers (weighted value) had been distributed. During the first year 2 batches of markers were sent out, and a third bat...
Programme: FP2-HUMGEN C
Record Number: 4052
Last updated on: 1991-10-23
ID: GENO0017
Start date: 1992-01-01, End date: 1993-12-31
The goals of the project are to construct a physical, genetic and transcript map of the Xcen-Xq21 region of the human X chromosome.
Programme: FP2-HUMGEN C
Record Number: 4176
Last updated on: 1998-10-14
ID: GENO0003
Start date: 1991-01-01, End date: 1992-12-31
The objectives are: to construct cosmid libraries from flow sorted human chromosomes 17 and 11 (at least 5 genome equivalents each); to pick individual clones into microtitre plate wells for storage and reference and generate at least two duplicate microtitre plates of the...
Programme: FP2-HUMGEN C
Record Number: 2931
Last updated on: 1991-11-15
ID: GENO0024
Start date: 1992-01-01, End date: 1994-06-30
Research has been carried out with respect to chromosome 21 analysis. New polymorphic markers were developed for one centromeric marker D21S258, and for a marker located within intron 1 of the APP gene. The linkage map of these markers was realized. 12 restriction fragment le...
Programme: FP2-HUMGEN C
Record Number: 4198
Last updated on: 1992-02-28
ID: GENO0020
Start date: 1992-02-01, End date: 1994-01-31
The project, Resource Centres for YAC libraries, aims to: firstly establish an efficient system for the provision of YAC clones to European laboratories by means of YAC libraries Resource Centres, and then to screen the available YAC libraries upon request of applicants from E...
Programme: FP2-HUMGEN C
Record Number: 4195
Last updated on: 1998-05-18
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