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Color Genes WEB

The WEB page that contains the most updated information about COLOR GENES has changed its name to better reflect the wide variety of loci involved in pigmentation, including some that do not affect or involve coat color. Therefore, the old name of “Coat Color Genes” has been updated to COLOR GENES. This WEB page is […]

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Coat Color Genes WEB updated

Coat Color Genes WEB The Coat Color Genes WEB has been updated. 79 new loci have been added as cloned and uncloned pigmentary genes. This site, hosted at the ESPCR WEB, now holds information of 210 genes that are directly or indirectly related to pigmentation, and also includes up to 84 mouse pictures, generously contributed […]

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Next annual meeting of PASPCR (15th) Memphis (TN, USA) September 4-7, 2009

Memphis (TN, USA) The next scheduled annual meeting of the PanAmerican Society for Pigment Cell Research (PASPCR) will be held in Memphis (Tennessee, USA), on September 4-7, 2009. Additional specific information regarding this conference will be posted at the PASPCR WEB site and here, whenever available. This meeting will be organised by Andrzej Slominski. Flyer of the 15th PASPCR […]

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Postdoctoral Position in Andrzej Slominski’s lab

Postdoctoral Position available: Starting November 1, 2008, Dr. Andrzej Slominski has an opening for a postdoctoral fellow with an experience or interest in molecular biology  and/or  biochemistry. The Research project is sponsored by NIH and focuses on the novel steroidogenic/secosteroidogenic (vitamin D3-like compounds) pathway with functional implications in the skin and cancer (see recent papers: FEBS J 275, […]

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