Transposable Elements in Primate Evolution

Event Date (Pacific Time): 
Friday, Mar 11, 2005 - 1:00pm to 5:00pm

Event Sessions

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Media Session Speakers
Opening Remarks Fred Gage, Salk Institute
File Retrotransposons in Human DNA: An Overview Haig Kazazian, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
File Bioinformatic Analysis of Transposable Elements in Whole Genomes Arian Smit, Community Member
File Evolutionary Dynamics of LINE-1 Retrotransposons Anthony Furano, National Institutes of Health
File Insights and Peculiarities of LINE-1 Retrotransposition John Moran, University of Michigan Medical School/Howard Hughes Medical Institute
File L1 Retrotransposons: Massaging and Manipulating Mammalian Genomes Jef Boeke, NYU Langone Health
File Evolutionary Dynamics of Alu Elements Mark Batzer, Louisiana State University
File Generation of Neural Diversity by LINE-1 Retrotransposition Fred Gage, Salk Institute
Concluding Remarks John Moran, University of Michigan Medical School/Howard Hughes Medical Institute

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