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posted 12-23-2004 10:37 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Administrator     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
The Short Tandem Repeat Polymorphism listserv (STRP-L) at NIH is devoted to technical discussions of locating, detecting, multiplexing, binning, and analyzing this type of genetic variant.
STRs are valuable in forensic applications, as well as population history reconstructions, coalescence studies, calibrating molecular clocks, setting phase, and providing location markers for TdT and other association and linkage studies.

In and of themselves, they are also markers of carrier status and causes of several triplet repeat polymorphism diseases.

To subscribe, send an email to
listserv@list.nih.gov
with the following text in the body of the message (not in the subject line).

subscribe STRP-L your name
(Example: subscribe STRP-L John Smith)

or open a browser at: http://list.nih.gov/archives/strp-l.html

and follow the subscription directions.

Please note that individuals not writing from a professional email address (.com, .gov, or .edu) will be asked to provide their reasons for wishing to join this list. The intention is to keep the level of discussion on the listserv high.

--

Bert Gold
<bert@kattler-gold.net>
Frederick, Maryland
USA

[This message has been edited by Administrator (edited 12-23-2004).]

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