Re-announcing STRP-L

Bert Gold Bert_member at newsguy.com
Wed Dec 22 20:49:05 EST 2004


The Short Tandem Repeat Polymorphism listserv (STRP-L) at NIH
is devoted to technical discussions of locating, detecting, 
multiplexing, binning, and analyzing this type of genetic variant.  
STRs are valuable in forensic applications, as well as
population history reconstructions, coalescence studies,
calibrating molecular clocks, setting phase, and providing
location markers for TdT and other association and linkage
studies.

In and of themselves, they are also markers of carrier
status and causes of several triplet repeat polymorphism 
diseases.

To subscribe, send an email to
listserv at list.nih.gov
with the following text in the
body of the message (not in the subject line).

subscribe STRP-L your name
(Example: subscribe STRP-L John Smith)

or open a browser at:
http://list.nih.gov/archives/strp-l.html

and follow the subscription directions.

Please note that individuals not writing from a professional
email address (.com, .gov, or .edu) will be asked
to provide their reasons for wishing to join this
list.  The intention is to keep the level of discussion
on the listserv high.




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