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'''cGRASP: consortium for Genomic Research on All Salmon'''
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(1) to tie together the linkage map with the physical map;
(1) to tie together the linkage map with the physical map;
(2) to locate genes of known function on the physical map and to understand how a duplicated genome reorganizes itself and controls sex-determination;  
(2) to locate genes of known function on the physical map and to understand how a duplicated genome reorganizes itself and controls sex-determination;  
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(3) to examine gene expression at the transcriptional level and the translational level in several tissues and to identify molecules induced by physiological responses to stress, acclimatization, pathogens, and exposure to natural and introduced chemicals (see [http://web.uvic.ca/cbr/grasp/execsummary.html Executive Summary] for more information <br>.  
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(3) to examine gene expression at the transcriptional level and the translational level in several tissues and to identify molecules induced by physiological responses to stress, acclimatization, pathogens, and exposure to natural and introduced chemicals (see [http://web.uvic.ca/cbr/grasp/execsummary.html Executive Summary] for more information) <br>  
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*Koop lab resources
*Koop lab resources

Revision as of 22:56, 11 October 2006

cGRASP: consortium for Genomic Research on All Salmon




cGRASP has three major scientific goals: (1) to tie together the linkage map with the physical map; (2) to locate genes of known function on the physical map and to understand how a duplicated genome reorganizes itself and controls sex-determination; (3) to examine gene expression at the transcriptional level and the translational level in several tissues and to identify molecules induced by physiological responses to stress, acclimatization, pathogens, and exposure to natural and introduced chemicals (see Executive Summary for more information)


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