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Jerry Roberts
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CIDR (the Center for Inherited Disease Research) is accepting applications from investigators wishing to use STRs for mapping studies. Genotyping is done at ~400 loci using automated fluorescent technology. The capacity is ~6 million genotypes (DNA sample x STR marker) per year and there are plans to expand the Center. CIDR is supported by 12 NIH Institutes and genotyping is free for investigators carrying out mapping projects with support from one of those Institutes. Some statistical support for study design and data analysis is potentially available from CIDR staff. Access to CIDR is determined by a peer review committee that meets thrice yearly. The next application receipt date is November 1, 2001. Other deadlines are March 1 and July 1. For details including specific application procedures, see www.cidr.jhmi.edu.


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