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ITMI 2012

24 June 2012 - 22nd International Triticeae Mapping Initiative and 4th National Wheat Genomics Committee Joint Workshop, Fargo, North Dakota, USA

The IWGSC held a scientific workshop at the joint International Triticeae Mapping Initiative (ITMI) & National Wheat Genomics Committee Joint Workshop.

At the IWGSC workshop in Fargo, project leaders and team members of the IWGSC physical mapping, survey sequencing, and MTP sequencing projects presented the status and results of their projects.


9:00 a.m. Eversole, Kellye. International Wheat Genome Sequencing Consortium. Welcome and introduction

9:10 a.m. Ogihara, Yasunari. Kihara Institute for Biological Research. Progress on DNA sequencing project of the wheat chromosome 6B in Japan. Slides

9:30 a.m. Olsen, Odd-Arne. Norwegian University of Life Science & Hamar University College. Project 7B – progress report. Slides

9:50 a.m. Feuillet, Catherine. INRA-University Blaise Pascal Joint Research Unit. A Reference Sequence of the bread Wheat Chromosome 3B and A High-Density 1BL Physical Map

10:25 a.m. Rudi Appels. Murdoch University. Report on chromosome 7A physical map and genome sequencing. Slides

10:45 – 11:15 Coffee Break

11:15 a.m. Valárik, Miroslav. Institute of Experimental Botany. Towards the reference sequences of five chromosome arms of bread wheat (4AS, 4AL, 3DS, 7DS, and 7DL). Slides

11:45 a.m. Seghal, Sunish. Kansas State University. Physical and Genetic Framework of Chromosomes 3A, 1D, 4D, and 6D of Hexaploid Wheat. Slides

12:15 p.m. Barabaschi, Delfina. CRA – Genomic Research Centre. Recent advances in the physical mapping of wheat chromosome 5A. Slides

12:35 p.m. Poursarebani, Naser. Leibniz-Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK). Whole Genome ProfilingTM for physical mapping of wheat chromosome 6A. Slides

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 pm. Lunch

2:00 p.m. Kumar, Ajay. North Dakota State University. Toward high-resolution radiation hybrid-based physical maps of wheat genomes and chromosomes. Slides

2:20 p.m. Keller, Beat. University of Zurich. An integrated physical map of chromosome 1AS

2:40 p.m. Rogers, Jane. The Genome Analysis Centre. The IWGSC Survey Sequencing Initiative of Bread Wheat. Slides

3:10 p.m. Mayer, Klaus. MIPS/IBIS, German Research Center for Environmental Health. Zipping the Three Nephews. Slides

3:30 p.m. – 4:00 Coffee Break

4:00 p.m. Drader, Thomas. USDA-ARS-WRRC, Albany. A NimbleGen comparative genomic hybridization array for high-throughput physical mapping of genome specific repeat junction and gene-based markers in the D-genome of hexaploid wheat. Slides

4:20 p.m. Glover, Natasha. INRA-University Blaise Pascal Joint Research Unit. The distribution, duplication, pseudogenization, and expression of noncollinear genes of wheat chromosome 3B

4:40 p.m. Belova, Tatiana. Norwegian University of Life Science. Development of high-density NimbleGen microarray chip for genotyping of a radiation-hybrid panel of wheat chromosome 7B. Slides

Training Session

5 :00 p.m. Alaux, Michael. URGI (Unité de Recherche Génomique-Info), INRA, Versailles. Survey sequence repository improvements. How to map my favorite gene on the survey sequence of wheat. Slides

5:30 p.m. Concluding remarks

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