International Mammalian Genome Society

logo18th International Mouse Genome Conference

17-22 October 2004, Seattle, USA


Genome Analysis and Systems Biology

POSTERS 97 - 115

97. MODULARITY OF PLEIOTROPIC EFFECTS ON SKELETAL MORPHOLOGY
Kenney JP, Wong B, Pletscher LS, Cheverud JM
Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Washington University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO, United States

98. SEQUENCES MEET BIOLOGY: INTEGRATION OF SEQUENCES AS DATABASE OBJECTS IN MOUSE GENOME INFORMATICS
Corbani LE, Baldarelli RM, King BL, Cousins S, Beal JS, Lewis J, Meiers DB, Walker MB, Kadin JA, Richardson JE, Blake JA, Ringwald M, Eppig JT, Bult CJ
The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, United States

99. IN SILICO POSITIONAL CLONING: A WEB SYSTEM FOR EXPLORATION OF RESPONSIBLE GENES IN MONOGENIC AND MULTIGENIC TRAITS
Toyoda TT, Masuya HM, Kawashima TK, Hasegawa YH, Sezutsu HS, Kaminuma EK, Mochizuki YM, Hirosawa KH, Heida NH, Gondo YG, Kawai JK, Wakana SW, Konagaya AK, Hayashizaki YH, Shiroishi TS
RIKEN Genomic Sciences Center, Yokohama, Japan

100. COMPARISON AND COMBINATION OF THREE MOUSE TISSUE-SPECIFIC MICROARRAY EXPRESSION DATA SETS
Morris QD 1, Zhang W 2, Robinson MD 1, Frey BJ 1, Hughes TR 2
1 Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 2 Banting and Best Department of Medical Research, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

101. QTL REAPER: DEFINING QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI WITH HERITABILITY-WEIGHTED MICROARRAY DATA
Manly KF, Wang J, Williams RW
University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, United States

102. THE MOUSE GENE EXPRESSION DATABASE (GXD):  INTEGRATED ACCESS TO EXPRESSION INFORMATION FOR THE LABORATORY MOUSE
Begley DA, Eppig JT, Finger JH, Hayamizu TF, Hill DP, Kadin JA, McCright IJ, Richardson JE, Smith CM, Ringwald M
The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, United States

103. THE GENE ONTOLOGY CONSORTIUM: BIO-ONTOLOGIES FOR GENOME ANNOTATIONS
Blake JA, Gene Ontology Consortium The
The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, United States

104. SNPLAD; A SNP DISCOVERY PIPELINE FOR IDENTIFYING CANDIDATE SNP IN PUBLIC EST TRACE FILES
Noyes HA, Amigo Lechuga J, Broadhead AM, Hughes M, Morton IG, Rennie K, Kemp SJ
University of Liverpool, Liverpool, United Kingdom

105. INTEGRATING MOUSE SNPS INTO MGI: PLANS, PROGRESS, AND PROTOTYPES
Richardson JE, Blake JA, Bult CJ, Eppig JT, Kadin JA, King BL, Ringwald M
The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, United States

106. HIGH THROUGHPUT YEAST TWO-HYBRID STRATEGIES FOR PROTEOME-WIDE PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTION MAPS
Zhong J1, Finley R 2
1 Current affiliation: Laboratory of Genetics, National Institute on Aging, NIH,, Baltimore, MD, United States, 2 Center for Molecular Medicine and Genetics, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States

107. ASSEMBLING THE MOUSE GENOME: WGS AND CLONE BASED METHODS
Church DM 1, Baily JA 3, Eichler EE 2, Agarwala R 1
1 NIH/NCBI, Bethesda, United States, 2 University of Washington, Seattle, United States, 3 Case Western Reserve University Medical School, Cleveland, United States

108. MOUSE GENOME RESOURCES AT NCBI
Church DM, Annotation Team NCBI
NIH/NCBI, Bethesda, United States

109. IN SILICO POSITIONAL CANDIDATE GENE ANALYSIS IN THE MOUSE: NEW TOOLS FROM THE MOUSE GENOME INFORMATICS CONSORTIUM
Bult CJ, Ringwald M, Blake JA, Kadin JA, Richardson JE, Eppig JT, Sequences and Maps Group MGI, Phenotypes Group MGI, Expression Group MGI, Software Group MGI
The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, United States

110. COMPLEX BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AND BIOINFORMATICS: SOME NEW BIOINFORMATICS TOOLS AND APPROACHES
Snoddy J
GST at Oak Ridge National Lab and University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge, United States

111. THE UTILITY OF HIGH-DENSITY GENETIC MAPS IN EXPERIMENTAL MOUSE CROSSES
Leonardson AS, Edwards SW, Cervino ACL, Schadt EE
rosetta/merck, seattle, United States

112. MOUSE PHENOME PROJECT
Bogue MA, Grubb SC
The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine, United States

113. GENETIC ANALYSIS OF GENE EXPRESSION IN MOUSE CNS REVEALS MAJOR PLEIOTROPIC AND POLYGENIC CONTROL OF SYNAPTIC MACHINERY
Chesler EJ 1, Baldwin NE 2, Zhang B 3, Kirov S 3, Wang J 1, Lu L 1, Snoddy JR 3, Langston M A 2, Manly K F 1, Williams R W 1
1 Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, United States, 2 Department of Computer Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, United States, 3 Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, United States

114. A MUTATION IN THE SERUM AND GLUCOCORTICOID-INDUCIBLE KINASE-LIKE KINASE (SGKL) GENE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR DEFECTIVE HAIR GROWTH IN MICE
Masujin K 1, Okada T 2, Izawa N 1, Tuji T 1, Ishii Y 2, Takano K 3, Matsuda J 3, Ogura A 4, Kunieda T 1
1 Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama University, Okayama, Japan, 2 Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 3 National Institute of Infectious diseases, Tokyo, Japan, 4 RIKEN Bioresource Center, Ibaraki, Japan

115. MOUSE CHROMOSOME 11 ANALYSIS AND ANNOTATION: THE HIGHLIGHTS
Ashurst J, Frankish A, Gibson R, Grocock R, Hart L, Laird G, Loveland J, Mudge J, Sehra H, Steward C, Swarbreck D, Wilming L
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Hinxton, United Kingdom

 

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