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Advanced Drosophila Genetics

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory , Cold Spring Harbor, NY
July 31 - August 13

This intensive seminar course provides an introduction to the theory and practice of methods used to manipulate the Drosophila genome. It is suitable for graduate students and researchers with some experience with Drosophila who are interested in expanding their knowledge of the wide range of genetic techniques now available for use with this organism. Topics covered will include chromosome mechanics, the design and execution of genetic screens, and the use of transposable elements as genetic tools. This year will be the year of the fly genome, and its impact on genetic analysis will be a particular focus of the course.

Organized by:

Michael Ashburner & Scott Hawley

Deadline for Abstracts:

Application Deadline: March 15, 2000


Application Deadline: March 15, 2000

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