Genome Sequence Center  
The Genome Sequence Centre is a newly established facility. Its primary mandate is to deploy resources and technology of a high-throughput genome mapping and DNA sequencing lab to decrypt the genetic code, specifically to advance cancer research, diagnosis and treatment.
Submitted: Nov 26, 2000
Genome Sequencing Centre  
The Genome Sequencing Centre is a research department at the Institute of Molecular Biotechnology in Jena, Germany. Its purpose is to further the knowledge of genomes, particularly the human genome, through large scale sequencing and genetic analysis.
Submitted: Dec 01, 2000
MRC Human Genetics Unit  
The MRC Human Genetics Unit is at the forefront of research into human genetics. Its role is to advance the understanding of genetic factors implicated in human disease and normal and abnormal development. The Unit's programmes of work cover the themes of developmental genetics, chromosome biology and models for human genetic diseases.
Submitted: Oct 27, 2000
Human Genome Project Research in Progress  
Explore this site for U.S. Human Genome Project progress, research, and resources.
Submitted: Oct 27, 2000
Human Telomere Mapping and Sequencing Project at The Wistar Institute  
Integration of available human telomere mapping and sequencing data into a single annotated reference map and sequence for each human telomere is the goal of this WEB site.
Submitted: Oct 29, 2000
Mammalian Genetics Unit at Harwell  
The MRC have recently established the new Mammalian Genetics Unit at the Harwell site. The new Unit comprises an integrated campus for mouse genetics research with excellent facilities for molecular genetics, genomics, animal breeding, mutagenesis and transgenesis. The Unit uses a wide range of approaches to investigate mouse models of human genetic disease as well as a variety of fundamental biological phenomena and their relevance to clinical medicine. As part of the facilities on site, the Unit holds one of the largest mouse genetic banks within Europe.
Submitted: Dec 01, 2000
Merck Genome Research Institute  
The Merck Genome Research Institute is a not-for-profit organization established to support the development of scientific technology which will enable those who become skilled in its use to apply improved techniques to the linkage of human genetic traits and resolve biological function of disease genes. The focus of the Institute is to encourage and, where appropriate, sponsor projects which enable scientists to develop assays and methodologies which can be applied broadly across genomics research with the objective of improving the accuracy and speed in which functional associations can be made with sequences of genetic information.
Submitted: Nov 13, 2000
National Human Genome Research Institute  
The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) was originally established in 1989 as The National Center for Human Genome Research (NCHGR). Its mission is to head the Human Genome Project for the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Submitted: Oct 27, 2000
Nature Genome Information Centre  
A comprehensive web resource devoted to genomics. Access is free and the Gateway provides: A library of original research papers, including all genome-related papers from Nature and Nature Genetics plus links to other major publications. Relevant News and Views articles are also provided; A news service from Nature and Nature Genetics, providing up-to-the-minute coverage of research progress, policy issues, funding and ethical implications of genome sequencing; A post-genomics section, covering the myriad applications of sequencing research and the technologies; A set of links to the most useful and informative genomics sites on the web.
Submitted: Nov 12, 2000
The Human Genetics Programme  
The Human Genetics Programme (HGN) is a separate programme in WHO which develops genetic approaches to the control of the most common hereditary diseases and those with a genetic predisposition. HGN covers different subjects in response to various genetic questions which face WHO for direction and support.
Submitted: Oct 27, 2000
The Joint Genome Institute  
The Joint Genome Institute (JGI) established in 1996, is a consortium of scientists, engineers and support staff from the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley, Lawrence Livermore, and Los Alamos National Laboratories. The JGI has assumed a significant role in the effort to determine the 3 billion letters ("base pairs") worth of genetic text that make up the human genome.
Submitted: Dec 01, 2000
The University of Oklahoma's Advanced Center for Genome Technology  
As part of the world wide human genome project this site contains methods, protocols and data for center's human, mouse, bacterial, and fungal genomic and cDNA sequencing projects.
Submitted: Dec 01, 2000
Whitehead Institute Center for Genome Research  
This is a World-Wide Web server run by the Center for Genome Research at the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. It contains information on map and sequence releases, software and people at the Genome Center.
Submitted: Oct 31, 2000

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