International Mammalian Genome Society

17th International Mouse Genome Conference

9-12 November 2003, Braunschweig, Germany


Plenary Presentations

VERNE CHAPMAN MEMORIAL LECTURE
THE MAMMALIAN GENETICS REVOLUTION: YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW
Ken Paigen

NEW RESEARCH INITIATIVES AT THE JACKSON LABORATORY
Richard P Woychik and Scientific Staff, The Jackson Laboratory

FINE MAPPING QTL USING HETEROGENEOUS STOCKS
Richard Mott, Binnaz Yalcin, Jan Fullerton, Leah Solberg, William Valdar, Jonathan Flint

MOUSE MODELS FOR USHER SYNDROME
Karen Steel, R Libby, R Holme, T Self, W Marcotti, D Williams and C Kros

PLURIPOTENCY AND THE MAMMALIAN GERMLINE
Hans Schöler, Karin Hübner, Guy Fuhrmann, Lane K. Christenson, James Kehler, Rolland Reinbold, Rabindranath De La Fuente, Jennifer Wood, Jerome Strauss III and Michele Boiani

IMAGING FOR MOUSE PHENOTYPING
Mark Henkelman, XJ Chen, JG Sled, JF Cargill, G Hamarneh, N Kovacevic, L Baghdadi, FS Foster, Y-Q Zhou, J Bishop, N Bock, B Nieman, JR Walls, LM Davidson, J Dazai, N Lifshitz, C McKerlie, SL Adamson, J Rossant

MUTAGENESIS IN THE DISSECTION OF INNATE IMMUNE SENSING PATHWAYS
Bruce Beutler

GENETIC DISSECTION OF IMMUNITY TO INFECTION: THE HUMAN MODEL
Jean-Laurent Casanova, Laurent Abel

RATIONAL DESIGN OF MOUSE MODELS TO STUDY FOLATE-ASSOCIATED PATHOLOGIES
Patrick Stover

SYSTEMS BIOLOGY APPROACH TO UNDERSTAND CELLULAR FUNCTIONS
Hiroaki Kitano


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