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The Blood Group Antigen Gene Mutation Database (BGMUT) was set up under the aegis of the Human Genome Variation Society (HGVS) in 1999. It documents variations in genes that encode antigens for human blood groups. It thus is a locus-specific mutation database (LSDB) that covers multiple genes. The database was compiled and has been curated by Olga O. Blumenfeld, PhD, Department of Biochemistry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, NY, and Santosh K. Patnaik, MD, PhD, Department of Thoracic ... [Information of the supplier]
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2013-09-08 — 2013-09-11, Tokyo
The Thirteenth International Conference on Endothelin will be held at Tokyo Campus of Tsukuba University in Tokyo, Japan, September 8-11, 2013. In the tradition of the meeting rotating between the continents the conference this time will be again held in Asia and will provide a forum for cutting-edge science in endothelin and endothelin receptor antagonism research and it will represent the 25th anniversary of the International Conferences on Endothelin since the first conference was held in in 1988 ... [Information of the supplier]
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Based on the mapping of the human genome and the development of information databases, a broad description of genes transcribed in blood cells is now known. Hembase was developed to provide worldwide access to those genetic-based studies performed by scientists in the Molecular Biology and Genetics Section, Molecular Medicine Branch, Division of Intramural Research, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). This project represents the shared goal of several individuals ... [Information of the supplier]
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Linus Pauling began his professional life studying atoms, and ended it best known for his thoughts on medicine. Linking these two fields was a central body of work on the nature of human blood. During the most productive thirty years of his life, between the mid-1930s and mid-1960s, Pauling's research in this area not only advanced our understanding of how the blood works at the molecular level, but branched and blossomed into vital ... [Information of the supplier]
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