Human Genome Analysis: Supported Under BIOMED 1 - Biomedical and Health Research v. 23 (Hardback)M. Hallen (editor)
Hardback 488 Pages / Published: 01/01/1998
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The rationale for co-ordinated activities related to human genome analysis is based on its potential contribution to the understanding of the processes underlying human disease, and hence to improving diagnostics and treatment and eventually to preventing the disease. The basic idea of how best to meet this objective at a European level was through the collective improvement of research infrastructure, broader availability of resources, and the co-operation of leading research groups in Europe. The emphasis of the European programmes was placed on the provision of an adequate research infrastructure, including resource centres, to the improvement in the mapping facilities and information management. In this context, a paradigm of successful international collaboration was the European Human Genetic Linkage Mapping Project (EUROGEM), and the Single Chromosome Workshops (SCWs), monitored by the Human Genome Organization (HuGO). This book contains the final reports of all l41 research projects funded under the BIOMED 1 programme during the period 1993-1997.
Publisher: IOS Press
Number of pages: 488
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