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  • Fungal Mitochondria

  • Lists the fungal mitochondrial genomes that have been sequenced and annotated, as well the most complete list of mitochondrial plasmids. Also describes mitochondrial mutants of the filamentous fungus, Neurospora crassa.
    http://pages.slu.edu/faculty/kennellj/index.html

  • Duke Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy

  • IGSP is Duke University‚Äôs response to the revolutionary approaches to the study of life we now call the Genome Revolution. We are a research engine that fuels interdisciplinary investigations in the genome sciences and policy with a vision of understanding and improving human health, life and experience.
    http://www.genome.duke.edu

  • Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics

  • Located in Berlin, Germany. Studies Human Genetics, Vertebrate Genomics, Ribosomes. Expression analysis, Developmental studies, Proteomics/Mass spectrometry/Protein arrays, Structural Genomics (Protein Structure Factory). Bioinformatics activities include splicing, image analysis/microarrays.
    http://www.molgen.mpg.de

  • The Ocean Genomics Resource

  • The Ocean Genomics Resource promotes interest and communicates current research applications and scientific discoveries of genomic research in the area of marine science and marine genomics.
    http://www.oceangenomics.com

  • HOPGENE: Applied Genomics in Cardiopulmonary Disease

  • Features clinical programs, expression profiling, downloadable microarray raw data, candidate genes, and a range of resources. From the Johns Hopkins University .
    http://www.hopkins-genomics.org/

  • Center for Comparative Functional Genomics - University at Albany

  • Promote interdisciplinary research in genomics, bioinformatics, proteomics, microarray, and confocal imaging. Includes facilities, staff details, employment, and graduate programs.
    http://www.albany.edu/genomics/index.html

  • Pharmacogenetics

  • Publish research papers and articles on genetic determinants of response to drugs and other chemicals in humans and animals. Table of contents, author guidelines, editorial board and subscription information.
    http://www.jpharmacogenetics.com/

  • SAGEmap

  • An experimental technique designed to gain a quantitative measure of gene expression. Provides information and downloads on mappings and tools, and related resources.
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SAGE/

  • Pharmacogenomics: Medicine and the New Genetics

  • Overview, anticipated benefits, and links to related resources. From the U.S. Human Genome Project.
    http://www.ornl.gov/hgmis/medicine/pharma.html

  • Pharmacogenetics of Anticancer Agents Research Group - PAAR

  • Identify and evaluate polymorphisms in drug metabolizing enzymes, transporters, or targets relevant to anticancer agents. Includes publications, training, and related links.
    http://www.pharmacogenetics.org/

  • Prokaryotic Genetics and Gene Expression

  • Features regulation of Prokaryotic genes. Includes study tools, the Lac Operon, and practice problems. From the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
    http://web.mit.edu/esgbio/www/pge/pgedir.html

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