Information: NIEHS Comparative Mouse Genomics Centers Consortium, NIEHS Toxicogenomics Research Consortium, NIEHS-supported National Academies Committee on Emerging Issues and Data on Environmental Contaminants, Internet: http://www.
What does CMGCC stand for?
CMGCC stands for Comparative Mouse Genomics Centers Consortium
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Several of the predicted functional SNPs from the EGP are being developed by the Comparative Mouse Genomics Centers Consortium (CMGCC; NIEHS 2005) to generate transgenic and knockout mouse models based on human DNA sequence variants identified in environmentally responsive genes.
Environmental Genome Project--This project comprises discovery and resequencing of single-nucleotide polymorphisms, the Comparative Mouse Genomics Centers Consortium, and programs in molecular epidemiology and bioethics.
More than 100 scientists, public health professionals, and physicians gathered in Boston 7-9 June 2003 for a symposium, Genes, Environment, and Disease, that provided research updates on the NIEHS Environmental Genome Project (EGP) and its associated Comparative Mouse Genomics Centers Consortium (CMGCC).
To this end the EGP has established the Comparative Mouse Genomics Centers Consortium (CMGCC) (Table 1) to use transgenic mouse models to discover the functional significance of human DNA polymorphism in environmentally responsive genes.
The NIEHS announced on 3 May 2001 that five research centers comprising the Comparative Mouse Genomics Centers Consortium have been selected to develop mouse lines with genetic variations that may be key to understanding the effects of environmental stressors on the body.
PA-00-021 Request for Applications: Comparative Mouse Genomics Centers Consortium The purpose of this request for applications is to develop mouse models for studying the biological function of genetic variants of DNA repair and cell cycle control genes found in the human population.