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To: Multiple recipients of list HUM-MOLGEN <HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL>
Subject: CALL: various
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Fri, 28 Jul 1995 15:48:31 +0100

This CALL contains 3 sub-messages:

1) CALL: Question about EMBL-entry MG21
2) CALL: Collaboration sought on Rokitanski-Syndrome
3) CALL: Post-doc job opportunity sought


The CALL section is open for CALLs and OFFERs for help, collaboration,
information etc. (Free of charge). It is HUM-MOLGEN policy to combine
List-communication with person-to-person E-mail, to reduce the load of
messages on your mailbox. If you reply to a CALL, please do so directly
with a person-to person E-mail, and not to the entire HUM-MOLGEN, unless
your answer is of general interest.

Good CALLs,

Arthur Bergen

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Subj:   EMBL-entry: Human MG21
CALL1

This  message   was  originally  submitted  by   satishk@CCMB.UUNET.IN  to  the
HUM-MOLGEN list at  NIC.SURFNET.NL.



        Dear Colleague,

        I  want  to contact the author of the following  entry  in  EMBL-
        nucleotide data base:

        Empri:Hsmg21a L08237 Human MG21 mRNA, partial cds....

        I shall very much appreciate if some one put me in touch with the
        above author.

        Thanking you in anticipation,

        Sincerely yours,

        Dr. Satish Kumar
        Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology
        Hyderabad 500 007 (India)
        Fax: 0091-40-671195
        email: satishk@ccmb.uunet.in




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From:   IN%"ED-MOLGEN@nic.SURFnet.nl"  "Human Molecular Genetics Editors" 27-JUL-1995 23:50:53.47
To:     IN%"ED-MOLGEN@nic.SURFnet.nl"  "Multiple recipients of list ED-MOLGEN"
CC:
Subj:   CALL:  Rokitansky syndrome and genetic analysis

This  message  was  originally  submitted  by  BVANLING@OPAL.TUFTS.EDU  to  the
HUM-MOLGEN list at  NIC.SURFNET.NL.

Hello!
        I am a graduate student at Tufts University in Boston and am
screening patients with Rokitansky Syndrome (congenital absence of the
uterus and vagina) for point mutations in candidate genes.  I am curious
to know if anyone else in the world is or has done any genetic analysis
on these types of patients.  The frequency of this disorder is fairly high
(1 out of 5000 female births).
        To my knowledge there hasn't been any documented genetic analysis
concerning these patients.  The fact that no genes important for the
female reproductive tract (mullerian system) have been identified explains
the lack of genetic analysis.
        I would appreciate any comments.

        Have a good day =]

        Barbara van Lingen
        Boston, Ma

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CALL3
 My name is Yuan Bo, I am a postdoctoral research fellow in Dr.J.Weber's
 laboratory at the Marshfield Medical Research Foundation, Center for
 Medical Genetics. Currently, I am working on asthma linkage analysis and
 my project will be finished next year.I'm looking for a postdoctoral
 position.
 I have extensive experience with cloning, transformation, hybridization,
 PCR and other molecular biological and genetic techniques.
 Enclosed please find my Curriculum Vitae. In case you would consider
 employing an enthusiastic, motivated, hard and efficiently working
 researcher as myself, I would appreciate a phone call or E-mail me in
 the first instance. I am looking forward to hearing from you at your
 earliest convenience.
 With many thanks
 Yours sincerely
 Yuan Bo


                  CURRICULUM   VITAE

PERSONAL

Name: Yuan Bo                      Sex: Female
Date of Birth: Sept.7,1958         Birth Place: Chang Chun, CHINA
Nationality: Chinese               Marrital Status: Married
Health: Excellent
Address:
Marshfield Medical Research Foundation, Center for Medical Genetics.
1000 North Oak Avenue, Marshfield, WI54449-5790
Telephone: 715-389-4757(O)            Fax:715-389-3808
           715-384-3807(H)            E-mail: Boy@mfldclin.edu

EDUCATION AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:
1978-1984 Medical School, Norman Bethune University of Medical Sciences
          (M.D.)
1984-1987 Junior Researcher, Dept.of Virology, Institute of Infectious
          Disease.
1987-1990 Graduate student. Speciality: Molecular Biology, Institute of
          Virology, Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine (M.Med.Sc.)
1990-1991 After graduation, completed short certificate programs in Sino-
          Danish Post Graduate Training Center on Experimental Techniques
          of Molecular Cloning.
1991-1994 Assistant Professor, Dept. of Medical Genetics, Faculty of Basic
          Medicine, Peking Union Medical Sciences, National Genetic Center.
1994-Now  Postdoctoral Research, Marshfield Medical Research Foundation,
          Center for Medical Genetics, Dr. James L.Weber's lab.

DEGREES:
1984: M.D. Norman Bethune University of Medical Sciences.
1990: M.Med.Sc.Institute of Virology Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine.

RESEARCH FIELDS:
Worked on the following projects:
(1) Characterization and Identification of HBV Genome: Cloning, Sequencing.
(2) Gene localization of heterozygous families of Adult Policystic Kidney
    Disease (APKD) by means of genetic linkage analysis.
(3) Using a simple method for the Epstein-Barr Virus transformation to
    establish lympho-blastoid cell lines from heterozygous APKD families.
(4) Chinese Human Genome Project
    (a) Constructing Chinese ethnic minorities gene library.
    (b) Focus on Human Biological Diversities: Analysis of racial and
        individual genetic similarities and differences.
At present I am working as Postdoctoral Fellow with Dr. J. Weber at the
Marshfield Medical Research Foundation, Center for Medical Genetics
I am currently involved in the following  project:
(1) Genetic analysis of Asthma disease by linkage studies. Completing 3000
    genotype screening of Asthma pedigrees for localization of Asthma Gene.
(2) Establishing CHLC highly informative Short Tandem Repeat Polymorphic
    (STRPs) marker sets (containing 86% tetra-, trinucleotides STRPs and
    about 390 markers in total) covering 22 autosomes and 2 sex chromosomes.

COMPUTER SKILLS : DOS, WINDOWS, EXCEL 5.2, WORD 6.2, ACCESS, Slick Edit
                  WORDPERFECT.

PUBLICATIONS:
1. Construction of HBV-adw genome library in E.coli.
   Academic J.of Norman Bethune Medical University, 3(4):136,1986.
   Kang Liang Yi, H.Wolf, Yuan Bo et al.
2. Sequencing of Hepatitis B Core Gene Fragments Using Vector pUR222.
   Acta Academiae Medicine Xuzhou, 2(4): 311, 1986.
   Kang Liang Yi, Yuan Bo et al.
3. Application of Dot Hybridization for Determination of HAV-RNA in Serum.
   J.of Hu Bei Medical College, 8(9):18,1987.
   Ji Zhi Wu, Yuan Bo et al.
4. Application of Differently Labelled Hepatitis B Virus Probes to in situ
   Hybridization on Liver Tissue.
   Academic J. of Norman Bethune Medical University,11(7): 379,1988.
   Yuan Bo et al.
5. Study on the replication of HBV in Leucocytes from Patients with
   Persistent HBV Infection.
   Acta Academic Ferroviariomedicalis Nanjing, 5(2):7,1990.
   Yuan Bo et al.
6. Detection and Sequencing of Hepatitis C Virus RNA in HCV-Infected Liver
   Tissue.
   Foreign Medical Information.260(24):13,1991.
   Yuan Bo et al.
7. Establishment of Epstein-Barr Virus Transformation of Lymphoblastoid Cell
   Lines with Small Amount of Ice-Stored Whole Blood.
   Acta Acad. Medicine Sinicae, 15(5),1993.
   Ning Zhi Fen, Yuan Bo et al.
8. Analysis of Gene Localization of Heterogenous Families of Adult
   Polycystic Kidney Disease.
   Heredity and Disease (in press), also presented at The First National
   Symposium on Human Genetics, 1993, Nanjing, China.
   Ning Zhi Fen, Yuan Bo et al.
9. The Proximal 26.6 Locus (D16S125) near PKD1 Contains No BstN1
   Polymorphic Locus in the Chinese Population, Detected by PCR.
   The Second National Symposium on Human Genetics, 1994, Beijing, China.
   Yuan Bo et al.
10.Study of Polymorphism in various Chinese Ethnic Minorities (in press).
   Liu Guo Yang, Yuan Bo et al.
11.Genetic Analysis of Asthma Disease by Linkage Studies (in preparation).
   Yuan Bo et al.
12.CHLC SCREENING Marker Sets(in preparation).
   Yuan Bo et al.


   
 
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