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Crucial elements of contemporary genotyping
assay design criteria and screening procedures in
the context of a very high-throughput genetic
analysis laboratory. Colin Cox
,
Deborah Siler,
Carol Cain-Hom, Ryan Pabalate, Rhonda Wiler.
Mouse Genetics, Genentech, South San Francisco,
CA.
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Whole Body Inducible Knockouts in Mice Using a
Novel Tet-Inducible Cre-LoxP System.
Joseph E.
Dinchuk
,
Fanny Myers, Amy Weiss, Christopher
Miller. Functional Genomics, Bristol-Myers Squibb
R & D, Princeton, NJ.
141
A method for the conversion of PCR-based
fragment analysis genotyping assays to 5’ nuclease
assay (TaqMan™) platform with validation. Ryan
Pabalate
,
Robert Schwingendorf, Deborah Siler,
Gregg Sy, Colin Cox. Genentech, Inc, South San
Francisco, CA.
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Class Switch Recombination in RNA Exosome
Deficient Mouse Models. Evangelos Pefanis
1,2
,
Aris
Economides
2
,
Uttiya Basu
1
. 1)
Columbia University,
New York, NY; 2) Regeneron Pharmaceuticals,
Tarrytown, NY.
143
A pipeline of bioinformatics tools for whole-
genome analysis in mouse models. Matthew A.
Richardson
1
,
Clinton L. Cario
1
,
Matthew Hsieh
4
,
George D. Leikauf
3
,
Steven D. Shapiro
1,2
,
Annerose
Berndt
1
. 1)
Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care
Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA;
2)
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center,
Pittsburgh, PA; 3) Department of Environmental and
Occupational Health, Graduate School of Public
Health, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, United States; 4) Information
Technology, Carnagie Mellon University, Pittsburgh,
PA.
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Assessment of cryopreserved samples of mutant
mice.
Johannes Schenkel
.
Cryopreservation W430,
German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ),
Heidelberg, Germany.
145
Design strategies for creation of robust TaqMan™
based assays for high-throughput genotyping of
conditional knock-out/knock-in constructs in
mice. Deborah Siler
,
Carol Cain-Hom, Robert
Schwingendorf, J. Colin Cox. Mouse Genetics
Department, Genentech, Inc., 1 DNA Way, South
San Francisco, CA.
Late Addition – Genetics and Genomics
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The Sanger Mouse Genetics Project: High
Throughput Recessive Lethality Screen. Antonella
Galli
,
Jeanne Estabel, Elizabeth Tuck, Yvette Hooks,
Ed Ryder, Jacqueline K. White, Ramiro Ramirez-
Solis, Tim Mohun, David Adams on behalf of the
Mouse Genetics Project.