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Subject: UNSUBSCRIBE, please stop sending messageS!!!!!!!!
From: "Min Ae Lee (by way of alimon@inter.net.il Dr. Aliza Adler)" <mal@calvin.bwh.harvard.edu>
Date: Sun, 5 Oct 1997 10:43:12 +0300

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           HUM-MOLGEN  DIAGnostics/Clinical Research
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This DIAG message contains  7 patient requests and 1 submessage:

1) CADASIL (pt request)

2) Genetic research on native Americans (pt request)

3) Partial deletion of chromosome 9 (pt request)

4) Von Willebrandt disease (pt request)

5) Malignant melanoma (pt request)

6) Genetic aspects of behaviour (pt request)

7) Fetal cells in maternal blood (pt request)

8) Fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase deficiency

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Carlo Gambacorti, MD, Editor,           Min Ae Lee, MD, Assistant Editor
                           Human Molecular Genetics Network
                           Diagnostics/Clinical Research Section

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1)      CADASIL
        Pt request - please reply directly to Hum-Molgen !
        Apparent pt location: Mexico

Well, I am writing from Mexico City, exactlym from the Tecnological
Institute from which I am a student. About 2 weeks ago my mother told us
that my father had the CADASIL DISEASE and she also told us that she
almost know nothing about it. This was a diagnosis given by a
Neurological Clinic on Rochester, New York, in the US. Many doctors here
in Mexico have almost the same information we have and there are some
that sweared it was the first time they heard about it.
As you can see, we are ignorant about this disease and we would like(my
family and I) you to send us some information about it, whatever you
have.

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2)      Genetic research on native americans
        Pt request - please reply directly to Hum-Molgen !
        Apparent pt location: USA

I am interested in genetic research on native americans.  Also please
provide information about sponsoring your research.
thank you,

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3)      Partial deletion of chromosome 9
        Pt request - please reply directly to Hum-Molgen !
        Apparent pt location: Luxemburg

Dear sir,
Do you know if there are any physical and mental consequences for
a foetus when one of the chromosom of the paire 9 doesn't have
the centronic heterochromatin?
thanks a lot for your help
Best regards

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4)      Von Willebrandt disease
        Pt request - please reply directly to Hum-Molgen !
        Apparent pt location: USA

i am a 21 year old female who has endured the misery of this disorder since
13 years of age.
i really would appreciate any referrals someone can give in the Dallas area
(or anywhere for that matter).
THANKS for any help!!

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5)      Malignant melanoma
        Pt request - please reply directly to Hum-Molgen !
        Apparent pt location: USA

What is the current medical treatment or trials occurring within the U.S.
for malignent melanoma found in the lungs?
To whom should one contact in order to get the latest information on
clinical trials for this particular type of cancer?

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6)      Genetic aspects of behaviour
        Pt request - please reply directly to Hum-Molgen !
        Apparent pt location: USA

Simply I am writing a paper for my Psychology class and am interested in
researching the topic of genetic influence on personality traits.  I would
greatly appreciate any time a person could spend on sending me any
information.
The material I have been able to obtain is substancial, however I would
like to broaden my knowledge and their for
perspective on the subjest.  Thank you for your time.

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7)      Fetal cells in maternal blood
        Pt request - please reply directly to Hum-Molgen !
        Apparent pt location: Brasil

Hello,I'm looking for person who worked with fetal cells in maternal blood.
Can you help me???Thank you in advance,

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8)      Fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase deficiency

Dear colleagues,
Herewith I would like to inform you that we set up a DNA-based method to
detect the molecular origin of fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase deficiency in
the patients we care for. It would be very interesting for us to apply the
method also to material from other patients.
All what we need is about 3 ml of EDTA-blood, sent by ordinary mail
(within Europe) or Air mail (outside Europe) together with some basic data about
the clinical status.
If you yourself take care for patients with fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase
deficiency, I would be very grateful to you if you contacted me. Though
material from clinically and biochemically well diagnosed patients is
preferred, also material from doubtful cases is welcome. You will be
informed about the results of the analysis without delay.
If you know a colleague who might be able and willing to let us have
material, please be so kind to inform him about our work. If possible,
please let me know his address so that I could also contact him directly.
Please don't hesitate to contact me for any further information.

Klaus Eschrich

Prof. Dr. Klaus Eschrich
Institut fuer Biochemie
Universitaet Leipzig
Liebigstr. 16
D-04103 Leipzig
Tel.: 49-0341-9722105
Fax: 49-0341-9722109 oder 49-0341-9722119
E-Mail: eschrich@rz.uni-leipzig.de

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