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To: HUM-MOLGEN@NIC.SURFNET.NL
Subject: (Fwd) BIOT for February
From: Arthur Bergen <a.bergen@ioi.knaw.nl>
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 16:08:51 MET
Organization: ioi.knaw.nl
Priority: normal

HUM-MOLGEN
New BIOTs!

The BIOT section is open for requests and offers of information regarding
molecular biology and molecular genetics (protocols, techniques, products,
collaboration, etc.).

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Trevor M. D'Souza

(BIOT editors)
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This BIOT message contains:

[1]  A request for inhibitors of the PTCH pathway.
[2]  Are there any liposomes which will not fuse with eukaryotic cells?
[3]  A request for help in understanding PCR and linkage analysis with
microsatellites.
[4]  A desire to quantify, in ng quantities of human genomic DNA, global
DNA methylation levels.
[5]  A catalogue of Imprinted genes and Parent of Origin Effects is now
available.

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[#1]

I am looking for the following compounds to be used as inhibitors of the
PTCH pathway. I appreciate any information on the availability (company or
individuals producing them) of these molecules:

jervine
cyclopamine
tomatidine
AY9944
triparanol

Please send replies to:

Dr. Elena Tassi
NIH/OPCB/NIDCR,
Bldg. 30, Rm. B02
9000 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, MD 20892 USA
Ph. (301) 496-6233
Fax (301) 402-0823
email: etassi@dir.nidcr.nih.gov
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[#2]

Hi,
I would like to know if there are any liposomes whose constitution
can make it not fuse with the membrane of eukaryotic cells. Any information is
appreciated.

Xiaoli Chen,
Xiaoli@hawaii.edu
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[#3]
Hola!!  My name is Andrea Vasconsuelo

I would like to know if someone has a protocol for SSCP. I would greatly
appreciate receiving some information (protocols, guides, etc.) about PCR
and linkage analysis with microsatellites, as well as disease genes,
genotyping with microsatellites, and/or any other reprints on the same or
related subjects. I work with chromosome 19. Owing to reasons of finance,
we are unable to obtain this information by other means. Thank you for your
courtesy and look forward to hearing from you soon
.
Andrea Vasconsuelo <avascon@CRIBA.EDU.AR>
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[#4]
I wish to quantify, in ng quantities of human genomic DNA, global DNA
methylation levels. We're particularly interested in using a mass spec.
(preferably) or HPLC method. I would be grateful for any protocols or
advice given.

Thankyou
Elizabeth Hoffman
Wessex Human Genetics Institute
Southampton General Hospital
E.G.Hoffman@SOTON.AC.UK
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[#5]
I am pleased to advise subscribers that our Catalogue of Imprinted genes
and Parent of Origin Effects is now available as a searchable on-line
database.  The catalogue is based on our recent publication in Human
Molecular Genetics (Morison IM and Reeve AE. A catalogue of imprinted genes
and parent-of-origin effects in humans and animals. Human Molecular
Genetics 1998;7(10): 1599-1609).  I endeavour to keep the list as
up-to-date as possible but would appreciate notification of new reports
that I may have missed. I look forward to your feedback.

The database is accessible at:
http://www.otago.ac.nz/IGC

Ian Morison

Senior Research Fellow
Cancer Genetics Laboratory
Department of Biochemistry
University of Otago
P O Box 56,
Dunedin, New Zealand
Tel 64 3 479 7868
Fax 64 3 479 7738
Ian Morison <ian.morison@STONEBOW.OTAGO.AC.NZ>
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Dr. Arthur A.B. Bergen
Department of Ophthalmogenetics
The Netherlands Ophthalmic Research Institute (IOI)
Royal Academy of Sciences of the Netherlands (KNAW)

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