Meeting: ELECTROPHORESIS '95, USA
James E. Myrick
JEM1 at cehehl1.em.cdc.gov
Wed Feb 15 14:21:36 EST 1995
The Electrophoresis Society will have their annual meeting and exhibit March
19-22, 1995 in Rockville, MD. The program will bring together experts in
several areas of electrophoretic science, including:
Capillary electrophoresis (Barry Karger, Barnett Institute,
2-D electrophoresis (Samir Hanash, Univ. of Michigan)
DNA electrophoresis (Eric Green, National Center for Human Genome
Forensic electrophoresis (Bruce Budowle, FBI Academy)
Macromolecular purification, characterization and sequencing (Ruidi
Aebersold, Ph.D., Univ. of Washington.
Six no-cost workshops will be available for attendees:
"New Instrumentation for IPG-IEF Separations" Large Scale Biology
"Advanced Methods in the Analysis and Databasing of Complex 1-D
Electrophoretic Banding Patterns: DNA Typing in Forensic, Genetic,
Epidemiological and Phylogenetic Studies" CSPI, Scanalytics Division
"The Use of the Internet for Scientific Communication and Databasing"
Peter Lemkin (NCI/NIH) and William Boyer (PRI)
"PCR and Electrophoretic Separation of Amplified Product" Robert Allen,
(Med College of South Carolina), Margaret Kline (NIST), and Bruce
Budowle (FBI Academy)
"Real Time Image Analysis for Quantitative Electronic Autoradiography"
Packard Instrument Company
"Tools and Techniques for Protein Purification from Nanograms to
Milligrams. Preparative Gel Electrophoresis and Preparative
Isoelectric Focusing" Bio-Rad Laboratories
The meeting location will be the Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, 1750 Rockville
Pike, Rockville, MD 20852. Contact Suzanne MacInnis, phone 1-800-465-4329 or
301-468-1100 and FAX 301-468-0368. The hotel is located across the street
>From the Twinbrook Metro Station.
For more information about the meeting contact the Meeting Coordinator, Dana
Forio at The Electrophoresis Society, P.O. Box 1897, Lawrence, Kansas
66044-8897. Phone 1-800-627-0629, FAX 913-843-1274, or email
allenpressam at delphi.com, "Subject: ATTN Dana Forio"
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