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THE TENTH JOHN INNES SYMPOSIUM SEPTEMBER 7-10, 1992
"The Chromosome"

*** Places are still available.  Contact the Symposium 
Secretary -- address at the end of this message ***

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

15TH BATESON MEMORIAL LECTURE: Professor Frank Stahl 
Genetic recombination:  thinking about it in phage and fungi.

LOWER ORDER STRUCTURE, ORIGINS OF REPLICATION AND 
PARTITIONING
C. Greider (Cold Spring Harbor) Telomeres and telomerase
M. DePamphilis (New Jersey, USA) Mammalian origins of DNA 
replication and their relationship to nucleosome segregation
G. Leno (Cambridge, UK) Assembly and replication of the 
Eukaryotic chromosome
M. Schaechter (Boston, USA) Equivalent of mitosis in bacteria
D.J. Sherratt (Glasgow, UK) Site-specific recombination and 
the partition of bacterial chromosomes

HIGHER ORDER STRUCTURES
C. Higgins (Oxford) The bacterial chromosome:  DNA 
supercoiling, chromatin structure and gene expression
J. Rouviere-Yaniv (Paris, France) The function of HU as a 
histone-like protein and its roles in vitro and in vivo
U.K. Laemmli (Geneva, Switzerland) Chromosome domains and 
gene expression
T. Cremer (Heidelberg) 2D and 3D-chromosome topography 
studied by combinatorial fluorescence in situ hybridization
P. Shaw (John Innes Institute, Norwich) Nuclear and nucleolar 
organisation in plants
L. Manuelidis (Yale, USA) DNA sequence motifs in chromosome 
organisation
P. Heslop-Harrison (John Innes Institute, Norwich) Genomes, 
chromosomes and the organisation of cell nuclei

EPIGENETICS
E. Richards (Cold Spring Harbor, USA) A. thaliana mutants with 
reduced levels of DNA methylation
N. Dillon (Mill Hill, London) The regulation of the human _-
globin domain
S. Henikoff (Seattle, USA) Cis- and trans-inactivation of 
Drosophila genes resulting from chromosome rearrangement
A. Ferguson-Smith (Cambridge, UK) Mechamism of genetic 
imprinting
P. Antequera (Edinburgh,UK) CpG islands and genes

KNOWLEDGE EMERGING FROM THE MAPPING & SEQUENCING OF 
GENOMES
E. Southern (Oxford) Horizons in genome analysis - a forward 
looking view
F. Blattner (Madison, USA) Sequencing the E. coli genome
R. Durbin (Cambridge, UK) Knowledge from the mapping and 
sequencing of the C. elegans genome
C. Dean (Cambridge Laboratory, Norwich) The Arabidopsis 
genome project
G. Moore (Cambridge Laboratory, Norwich) Genome analysis on 
small grain cereals
S.G. Oliver (Manchester, UK) The Great Wall:  sequencing the 
yeast genome
P. Goodfellow (Cambridge, UK) The meaning of gene order

Places are still available including 4 'assisted' places for UK 
students.

For further information please contact: Symposium Secretary, 
John Innes Institute, John Innes Centre, Norwich Research 
Park, Colney, Norwich, Norfolk, NR4  7UH Tel:  0603 52571  
Fax: 0603 56844  Telex:  975122 (JIINOR G)



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