Abstracts of the 2nd Workshop Neurogenetics, Germany

Frank S. Zollmann mkh536 at cks1.rz.uni-rostock.de
Thu Sep 21 05:02:03 EST 1995

The Abstracts of the 2nd Workshop Neurogenetics in Munich , October 
19-21, 1995, the Annual Meeting of the German Society of Neurogenetics 
are available at http://www.informatik.uni-rostock.de/HUM-MOLGEN/DGNG/.

 The German Society of Neurogenetics was founded in 1994. Its main
 objective is the enhancement of scientific exchange between all
 those disciplines that address questions on the genetics of normal
 and abnormal function of the nervous system. Consequently, its
 members come from many diverse fields of scientific enquiry such as
 Biophysics, Human Genetics, Cell Biology, Neuroanatomy,
 Neurochemistry, Neurosurgery, Neurology, Neuropathology and
 Psychiatry. The Society organizes yearly workshops to discuss
 scientific breakthroughs in the field. Here, international invited
 speakers guarantee the highest possible scientific standard.
 Furthermore, the society issues at least two yearly newsletters.
 While the first two newsletters were written in German, future
 communications will be in English. The statutes of the society,
 copies of all newsletters and a registration form can be obtained
 at: http://www.med.uni-giessen.de/genetik/dgng.html
    * A contig in Xq13.1
      U. Peters(1), G. Haberhausen(1), H. Muth(1), A. Köhler(1), A.P.
      Monaco(2) and U. Müller(1)
    * A retroviral vector for tetracycline-regulatable expression of
      heterologous genes
      W. Paulus, I. Baur, F.M. Boyce, X.O. Breakefield and S.A.
    * Altered interleukin-6 secretion capacity of monocytes in
      narcoleptic patients
      D. Hinze-Selch, T. Wetter, Y. Zhang, H. Lu, F. Holsboer and T.
    * Apolipoprotein-E-Genotyp und Alzheimer-Krankheit: Beziehung zu
      relativem Risiko, Erkrankungsalter und Verlauf
      A. Kurz(1), N. Lautenschlager(1), R. Marquard(1), D. Mösch(1),
      R. Busch(2), R. Egensperger(3), M.B. Graeber(3), K. Altland(4)
      and U. Müller(4)
    * Association between apolipoprotein E genotype and
      neuropathological phenotype in sporadic Alzheimer's disease
      R. Egensperger, S. Kösel, P. Mehraein and M.B. Graeber
    * Autosomal dominant cerebellar ataxia and CAG repeat expansion
      C. Zühlke(1), W. Klostermann(2), K. Wessel(2) and E.
    * Candidate gene approach in panic disorder: the adenosine A1
      J. Deckert(1,4), M. Nöthen(1), W. Maier(2), P. Franke(2), J.
      Fritze(3), H. Beckmann(4), H. Ren(5), G.L. Stiles(5) and P.
    * Cerebellar ataxia, mental retardation and retinitis pigmentosa
      associated with T8,993G mitochondrial DNA point mutation
      E. Wilichowski(1), K. Brockmann(1), C. Korenke(1), A.
      Renneberg(2), J. Frahm(3) and F.Hanefeld(1)
    * Coping strategies of persons at risk for late onset
      neuro-degenerative disorders with respect to the outcome of
      predictive DNA analysis
      T. Haase und F. Kreuz
    * Delineation of the XDP gene within a small region of Xq13.1 and
      characterization of two candidate genes
      G. Haberhausen(1), N. Brockdorff(2), M. Fontes(3), A.P.
      Monaco(4) and U. Müller(1)
    * Despite different location pattern, similar p53 gene mutation
      frequency in pediatric and adult glioblastoma
      U. Sure(1), M. Hegi(2), J. Lübbe(2), A. von Deimling(2) and P.
    * Die spinale Muskelatrophie Typ Kennedy (XSBMA) in der
      Differentialdiagnose von Motoneuronerkrankungen
      W. Kress, B. Halliger-Keller und T. Grimm
    * Distribution of G5460A mutant mtDNA in parkinsonian brain
      N.M. Schnopp, S. Kösel, R. Egensperger, P. Mehraein and M.B.
    * DNA methylation and triplet repeat stability
      D. Wöhrle, M. Wolf, D. Gläser, S. Schwemmle and P. Steinbach
    * Dopa-responsive dystonia (DRD): 4 new mutations of the GTP
      cyclohydrolase gene in British patients
      O. Bandmann, C.D. Marsden and A.E. Harding
    * Eine Mutation im CHRNA4-Gen als Ursache einer idiopathischen
      O. Steinlein
    * Eye tracking dysfunction as phenotypic marker in linkage
      studies with schizophrenia
      R. Lencer(1), V. Arolt(1), S. Purmann(2), A. Nolte(1), B.
      Müller(3), M. Schürmann(2) and E. Schwinger(2)
    * Gen-Konversion bei Dystrophia myotonica
      V. Otto(1), P. Vieregge(1), M. Greiwe(2) und P. Steinbach(3)
    * Genetic linkage studies in autosomal dominant parkinsonism:
      evaluation of candidate genes
      T. Gasser(1), Z.Wszolek(2), B. Müller(3) and A. Supala(1)
    * Geniospasm: a type of essential tremor?
      A. Danek and T. Meitinger
    * Hereditäre Stammgangliendegeneration mit dominantem Erbgang -
      eine Stammbaumstudie
      M. Hund(1,2), P. Lüdemann(1) und E.B. Ringelstein(1)
    * Identical twins with Huntington's disease: differences in
      cerebral glucose metabolism and clinical manifestation
      A. Weindl(1), P. Bartenstein(2), R. Wenzel(2), M. Rehm(1), S.
      Spiegel(1), T. Meitinger(3), M. Schwaiger(2) and B. Conrad(1)
    * Informative crossover refines mapping of the CADASIL disease
      M. Dichgans(1), M. Mayer(1), B. Müller(2), A. Straube(1) and T.
    * Investigations on the point mutations at nt5460 of the mtDNA in
      different neurodegenerative and neuromuscular diseases
      B. Janetzky(1), C. Schmid(1) , P. Riederer(2) and H.
    * Isolation and characterization of two human genes similar to
      the region-specific homeotic Drosophila gene SPALT which show
      expression in the developing and adult human brain
      J. Kohlhase, R. Schuh, H. Jäckle, B. Schroeder, W.
      Schulz-Schaeffer, H.A. Kretzschmar, A. Köhler, U. Müller, E.
      Burkhard, M. Raab-Vetter, W. Engel and R. Stick
    * Linkage analysis and mutation screening in two large families
      with non-syndromic X-linked mental retardation
      E. Holinski-Feder(1), A. Golla(1), I. Rost(1), H. Seidel(1), T.
      Strom(1), O. Rittinger(2), K. Wilke(3), T. Meitinger(1) and A.
    * Marinesco-Sjögren-Syndrom: neuro-myopathischer Subtyp?
      J.-U. Walther(1), W. Müller-Felber(2) und M. Jensen(1)
    * McLeod neuroacanthocytosis: An underdiagnosed syndrome?
      M. Oechsner(1), G. Winkler(1), A. Danek(2), M. Ho(3), A.P.
    * Molecular analysis in Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) disease and
      hereditary neuropathy with liability to pressure palsies (HNPP)
      K.D. Bathke(1,2), D. Lorek(1), T. Liehr(1), A. Ekici(1), E.
      Nelis(3), C. Van Broeckhoven(3), H. Grehl(2), D. Claus(2), B.
      Neundörfer(2) and B. Rautenstrauß(1)
    * Molecular genetic studies of variation in dopamine and
      serotonin receptor genes
      M.M. Nöthen, S. Cichon, J. Erdmann, D. Shimron-Abarbanell and
      P. Propping
    * Molecular genetics of adrenomyeloneuropathy
      M. Vorgerd(1), S. Fuchs(2), M. Tegenthoff(1) and J.-P. Malin
    * Molecular genetics of human prion diseases in Germany
      O. Windl(1), A. Giese(1), T. Jacobsen(1), T. Bogumil(1), M.
      Neumann(1), T. Weber(2), S. Poser(2) and H. Kretzschmar(1)
    * Mouse models created by gene targeting to study mid-hindbrain
      W. Wurst(1,2), V. Blanquet(1,2), M. Hanks(2) and A.L. Joyner(2)
    * NADH dehydrogenase and CYP2D6 genotypes in Parkinson's disease
      S. Kösel, N.M. Schnopp, R. Egensperger, P. Mehraein and M.B.
    * Neurofibromatosis type 2 protein merlin is highly expressed in
      human fibroblasts and linked to the plasma membrane
      M. Kressel(1) and B. Schmucker(2)
    * Neurotransmitter mediated Ca2+ signalling in human glioma and
      neurocytoma cells
      P. Weydt, S. Patt and H. Kettenmann
    * Phenotype and genotype in persistent mirror movements
      A. Danek, J. Wendeborn and J. Hermsdörfer
    * Phylogeny of the human dopamine D2 receptor gene (DRD2) and
      investigation of its association with alcoholism
      U. Finckh(1), M. Giraldo-Velasquez(1), G. Otto(1), O. von
      Widdern(3), T. Sander(2) , L.G. Schmidt(2), H. Rommelspacher(1)
      and A. Rolfs(1,3)
    * Role of transcription factors in microglial activation: the
      cAMP responsive element binding protein (CREB) is involved in
      microglial activation in vivo
      J. Gehrmann(1), R.B. Banati(2), F. Beermann(3), E. Hummler(3),
      J. Blendy(4), G. Schütz(4), G.W. Kreutzberg(2) and A. Aguzzi(1)
    * SOD1 Punktmutation in einer Familie mit ALS
      B. Bereznai, G.D. Borasio, A. Winkler and T.Gasser
    * The importance of brain banks for neurogenetic research
      M.B. Graeber, S. Kösel, R. Egensperger, N.M. Schnopp and P.
    * Untersuchungen der mitochondrialen DNA bei MS-Patientinnen
      U. Mayr-Wohlfart(1), G. Rödel(2), C. Paulus(3) und A.
 For further information please contact:
 Prof. Dr. med. U. Mueller
 Institut fuer Humangenetik der Universitaet Giessen
 Schlangenzahl 14, 35392 Gießen, Germany
 <Ulrich.Mueller at Humangenetik.Med.Uni-Giessen.de>
 Dr. med. M. B. Graeber
 Institut für Neuropathologie der Universität München
 Thalkirchner Str. 36, 80337 München, Germany
 <LABMOLNP at Neuropathologie.medizin.UNI-Muenchen.d400.de>

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