Mamm Genome (2007) 18:683–685 DOI 10.1007/s00335-007-9057-x MEE T ING R EPO R T Klaus Schughart Æ Gary Churchill Received: 25 July 2007 / Accepted: 3 August 2007 / Published online: 29 September 2007 The Author(s) 2007 The sixth annual meeting of the Complex Trait Consortium parents are typed. These tests include wildness scoring, took place May 26–29, 2007, in Braunschweig, Germany. sleep, anxiety, and nociception as well as tissue collection The meeting was hosted by the Helmholtz Centre for and DNA isolation. Plans are underway to genotype the Infection Research and touched upon a wider variety of G2:F8 generation. topics and organisms than past CTC meetings. The meeting Another 139 UK lines have been successfully relocated featured a report on the status of the collaborative cross, from Kenya to Tel Aviv. Approximately 400 additional many excellent talks, panel discussions, outstanding post- lines are being bred in Perth, Australia. The sizes of the ers, lively discussion, and an entertaining refresher course litters are declining (as expected) proportionally to the in basic science by ‘‘Professor Singh.’’ level of inbreeding, but remain consistent with levels observed in other inbred mouse strains. Bob Hitzemann reported on the outbred CC-HS popu- Some highlights …
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