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  • David Baillie (Simon Fraser University)

  • Scott Baird (Wright State University)

  • Helen Chamberlin (Ohio State University-Columbus)

  • Ronald Ellis (UMDNJ)

  • Marie-Anne Felix (Institut Jacques Monod)

  • David Fitch (New York University)

  • Bhagwati Gupta (McMaster University)

  • Eric Haag (University of Maryland-College Park)

  • Judith Kimble (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

  • Mary Montgomery (Macalester College)

  • Garth Patterson (Rutgers New Brunswick/Piscataway)

  • Dave Pilgrim (University of Alberta)

  • Ann Rose (University of British Columbia)

  • Gary Ruvkun (Massachusetts General Hospital)

  • Tim Schedl (Washington University School of Medicine)

  • Lincoln Stein (CSHL New York)

  • Paul Sternberg (CalTech)

  • And others..
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     C. briggsae Research papers (NCBI PubMed)

     C. briggsae BLAST (WU, St. Louis)

     C. briggsae genome server (Ensemble)

     WormBase

     nematodes.net (Blaxter lab)

     Search Protein family (InterPro)

    June 28, 2005
    The C. briggsae workshop "Post-genomic resources" was organized at the 15th International Worm Meeting.

    June 15, 2005
    A project to integrate mutant-based and SNP-based genetic linkage maps has been funded by NIH.

    December 9, 2003
    The C. briggsae genome sequence has been published in PLoS Biology. (Click here)


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