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Nutrigenomics: useful links

This is a list of additional resources for the Nutrigenomics focus story and information sheets.

Nutrigenomics

Crohn's disease patient education video
This 40-minute broadcast-quality program presents viewers with an easy-to-understand message that is delivered by a host and supported with video footage, graphics and 2D and 3D animations. In addition, several nationally recognized gastroenterologists including Dr Stephen Hanauer, Dr Maria Abreu and Dr David Rubin provide the viewer with valuable medical information and advice. Watch the video now!
http://patienteducation.tv/crohns_video.php

The latest on colorectal cancer risk and Crohn's and colitis
On March 1, 2007, CCFA held a free, live teleconference with over 2,000 participants to answer your questions about Crohn's, colitis and colorectal cancer. You can now access the lecture and all program materials online, including the workbook and teleconference transcript.
www.rmei.com/ccfavl/?msource=HQ0703DMENWS&tr=y&auid=2446126

Microarrays/DNA chips

Anatomy of a comparative gene expression study
Detailed explanations about how microarrays are made and used, in very user-friendly language.
www.cs.wustl.edu/~jbuhler/research/array/

Microarrays: Chipping away at the mysteries of science and medicine
Another site with detailed information about microarrays, by the National Center for Biotechnology Information in the United States.
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genome/probe/doc/TechMicroarray.shtml

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