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Posted 29 November 2000 - 10:00 PM

The National Laboratory for the Genetics of Israeli Populations, located at the Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Medicine, has a unique DNA collection from unrelated individuals, representing the large ethnic variation of Israeli populations. We have so far establsihed more than 1500 cell lines from HEALTHY UNRELATED INDIVIDUALS and from small families. The individulas sampled include representatives of European, Asian, African and Middle-Eastern ethnic background. DNA samples and cell lines from our repository are used in research carried out at Stanford, Yale, NHGRI, NCI, CEPH and many other human genome research centers.

All individuals who donated blood samples for the preparation of the human cell lines and DNA collection have given full consent for the study of their genome. The coded DNA samples are being kept with strict confidentiality; only sex and ethnic background are supplied along with the DNA samples.

For many samples the age of the sampled individulas is also available.

For more information kindly visit our web site: [url="http://www.tau.ac.il/medicine/NLGIP/nlgip.htm"][url]http://www.tau.ac.il/medicine/NLGIP/nlgip.htm[/url][/url]

I shall be happy to answer specific questions on sample availability.

Sincerely,

David Gurwitz





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