Many of us have just returned from the excellent FASEB meeting in Arizona.
I would like to take this opportunity again to thank the organizers for an
There was one minor glitsch with some of the abstracts from work from my
lab. I had sent abstracts to one of the organizers for the three posters
presented from my lab but unfortunately, there were some communication
errors and these abstracts did not get published in the program and
abstract book. For those of you interested, they are attached. The top two
on the mitochondrial proteome were posters 53 and 54. The last one on the
protein we call Heh2p, a basal body protein with significant similarity to
a human disease protein, was presented on poster board 6. My apologies for
any confusion and I hope that these abstracts may be useful for some.
Dr. Ronald E. Pearlman [log in to unmask]
Dept. of Biology
Director, Core Molecular Biology Facility
4700 Keele St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3J 1P3