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Poster Sessions
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Shankar Upadhayay
2
. 1)
Animal Facility, CSIR-
Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, M. G. Marg.
Lucknow, India; 2) Animal Facility, Central Drug
Research Institute, Lucknow.
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Use of closely related mouse substrains to clone a
QTL for psychostimulant response. Vivek
Kumar
1,4
,
Gary Churchill
2
,
Fernando Pardo-Manuel
de Villena
3
,
Joseph Takahashi
1,4
. 1)
Dept of
Neuroscience, University of Texas Southwestern
Medical Center, Dallas, TX; 2) The Jackson
Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME, USA; 3) Dept of
Genetics, UNC-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA;
4)
Howard Hughes Medial Institute.
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The regulation of gene expression in a cell via
DNA- lipids complexes formation. Vasily V.
Kuvichkin
.
Mechanisms of Reception, Institute of
Cell Biophysics, Russian Ac. Sci., Pushchino,
Moscow oblast, Russian Federation.
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Demonstrating Resistance-Mitigrating Effect of
Artemisia Annua Phytochemical Blend with in-
Vitro Cultures of Plasmodium Falciparum and in-
vivo with Plasmodium Berghei Anka in
Mice. Kangethe N. Lucy
1,3,4
,
Ahmed Hassanali
2
,
Sabah Omar
3
,
Nganga Joseph
4
,
Kinyua Johnson
5
. 1)
LUCY N KANGETHE KENYA
POLYTECHTECHNIC UNIVERSITY COLLEGE,
NAIROBI, Kenya P.O BOX 52428--00200; 2)
AHMED HASSANALI International Centre of Insect
Physiology and Ecology P.O BOX 30179 Nairobi,
Kenya; 3) SABAH OMARKenya Medical Research
Institute P.O BOX 54840-00200 Nairobi, Kenya; 4)
JOSEPH K NGANGA Jommo Kenyatta University
of Agriculture and Technology P.O BOX 62000
Nairobi,Kenya; 5) JOHNSON KINYUA Jommo
Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
P.O BOX 62000 Nairobi,Kenya.
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Subtelomere recombination is frequent in B-cell
lymphomas lacking telomerase. Tammy A.
Morrish
1
,
Joshua Budman
2
,
Stephen Dria
2
,
Vivek
Behera
1
,
Margaret Strong
1
,
Sarah Wheelan
3
,
Carol
Greider
1
. 1)
Molecular Biology and Genetics, Johns
Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD; 2) Biomedical
Engineering; 3) Oncology and Biostatistics.
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Evolution of Dosage Compensation of the
Mammalian Active X Chromosome. Di Kim
Nguyen
,
Xinxian Deng, Christine Disteche.
Pathology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.
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C57BL/6NTac double and single albino mice
generation for efficient germline transmission of
Chimera. Ana V. Perez
1
,
Gunther Kauselmann
2
,
Maria R. Da Silva
2
,
Heidrun Kern
2
,
Nathalie
Uyttersprot
2
,
Gerald Bothe
3
,
Branko Zevnik
2
. 1)
Genetic Sciences & Compliance, Taconic, Hudson,
NY; 2) Applied Genetics, Taconic Artemis GmbH,
Cologne, Germany; 3) R&D, Taconic, Rensselaer,
NY.
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Disentangling the genetic architecture of nest
building: a fitness-related trait. Andrea Cristina
Peripato
1,2
,
Bruno Sauce
1
,
Reinaldo Alves de Brito
1
.
1)
Genetics and Evolution, University of Sao Carlos,
Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil; 2) Biosciences, University of
Sao Paulo, Santos, SP, Brazil.
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Genetic Studies of Inflammatory Responses in
Wild-Derived Mice. Alexander N. Poltorak
.
Tufts
University, Boston, MA.
83
Comprehensive molecular characterization of
mutant mouse strains generated from the
EUCOMM / KOMP ES cell resource. Ed Ryder
,
Diane Gleeson, Debarati Sethi, Sapna Vyas, Evelina
Miklejewska, Priya Dalvi, Bishoy Habib, Ross Cook,
Matthew Hardy, Joanna Bottomley, David Adams,
Ramiro Ramirez-Solis, Sanger Mouse Genetics
Project. Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge,
United Kingdom.
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An albino C57BL/6N strain for
EUCOMM/KOMP mouse generation in a pure
genetic background. Ed Ryder
,
Diane Gleeson,
Thomas Keane, Debarati Sethi, Sapna Vyas, Hannah
Wardle-Jones, James Bussell, Richard Houghton,