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1. Translational Medicine. From Dust to Dust 7th ISABS Conference in Forensic, Bol, Croatia June 20-24, 2011 June, 2011
2. The Genetics of Pain: The Future of Genotyping in Therapy 6th World Congress of the World Institute of Pain. Seoul, South Korea April, 2011
3. General Guide to Knowledge-Based Economy Open Forum-Celebration of the 90th Anniversary of School of Economy at Zagreb University. Zagreb, Croatia November, 2010
4. Challenges in the Identification of WWII Human Remains:Usage of Y-STR and MiniSTR Approach. Marjanović D, Kovačević L, Durmić A, Avdić J, Hindija J, Lauc G, Škaro V, Projić P, Primorac D. 6th ISABS Conference onHuman Genome Project Baed Applications in Forensic Sciences, Anthropology and Individualized Medicine, Split, Croatia, June 1-5, 2009 June, 2009
5. Influence of governments on industrial R&D and innovation Euroscience Open Forum 2008 (ESOF2008). Session organized by AAAS. Barcelona, Spain July, 2008
6. Occurence of off-ladder allelic variant in paternity testing - case study. Projić P, Škaro V, Šamija I, Primorac D , Marjanović D. 5th ISABS Conference in Forensic Genetics and Molecular Anthropology, Split, Croatia, September 3-7, 2007 September, 2007
7. Additional analysis of Croatian population structure and comments on identification of remains in mass casualty databases: PowerPlex 16 databases for Southern Croatians Schanfield M, Marjanović D, Škaro V, Anđelinović S, Primorac D 5th ISABS Conference in Forensic Genetics and Molecular Anthropology, Split, Croatia, September 3-7, 2007 September, 2007
8. Forensic botany: potential usefulness of microsatellite-based genotyping of croatian olive (Olea Europaea l.) in forensic casework Štambuk S, Sutlović D, Bakarić P, Petričević S, Primorac D , Anđelinović Š Forensic botany: potential usefulness of microsatellite-based genotyping of croatian olive (Olea Europaea l.) in forensic casework September, 2007
9. DNA identification of skeletal remains from the second world war mass graves uncovered in Slovenia – first results Marjanovic D, Durmic-Pasic A, Bakal N, Haveric S, Kalamujic B, Kovacevic L, Ramic J, Pojskic N, Skaro V, Projic P, Bajrovic K, Hadziselimovic R, Drobnic K,  Huffine E, Davoren J, Primorac D 5th ISABS Conference in Forensic Genetics and Molecular Anthropology, Split, Croatia, September 3-7, 2007 September, 2007
10. Allele frequencies for the fifteen short tandem repeat loci in Croatian population. V. Skaro, P. Projic, N. Pojskic, A. Durmic, L. Kovacevic, S. Haveric, D. Primorac D. Marjanovic. European Journal of Human Genetics Vol 15: Supplement 1: 289 June, 2007
11. Population study at fifteen short tandem repeat loci in the representative sample of Bosnia and Herzegovina residents - contemporary data. . Marjanovic, A. Durmic-Pasic, N. Pjanic, N. Bakal, L. Kovacevic, V. Skaro, P. Projic, S. Haveric, K. Bajrovic, R. Hadziselimovic, Primorac D, N. Pojskic European Journal of Human Genetics Vol 15: Supplement 1: 305 June, 2007
12. Croatia - Knowledge-Based Society Pentecost Dialogue "Geist & Gegenwart 2007", Seggau Castle, Austria May, 2007
13. Modernizing Croatian Science and Education Annual Conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Session: Research Competitiveness Strategies of Small Countries. San Francisco, CA February, 2007
14. Forensic DNA Analysis 2006 Mayo Clinic Alumni Association International, CME Program. Dubrovnik, Croatia October, 2006
15. Santachiara-Benerecetti, O. Semino. An evaluation of the complex Y-chromosome landscape of South-East Europe through different markers . Battaglia, S. Fornarino, M. Pala, A. Olivieri, N. Al-Zahery, D. Primorac D. Marjanovic, S. Andjelinovic, K. Drobnic, N. Durmishi, R. Hadziselimovic, N. Pojskic, S. Vidovic, A.S. Mediterranean Academy of Forensic Sciences, Developments in Forensic Sciences, Malta September, 2006
16. Next Stage of Genomic Research -- What Can We Learn from DNA Sequences? Science and Technology in Society forum: Lights and Shadows Third Annual Meeting, Kyoto, Japan September, 2006
17. Our Way to Become Knowledge-Based Society? Lecture at American Chamber of Commerce in Croatia, Zagreb, Croatia April, 2006
18. Preliminary population study at fifteen autosomal and twelve Y-chromosome short tandem repeat loci in the representative sample of multinational Bosnia and Herzegovina residents Marjanovic D., Pojskic N., Bakal N., Drobnic K., Primorac D., Bajrovic K., Hadziselimovic R. International Congress Series, Volume 1288, April 2006, Pages,243-245. April, 2006
19. Population study at two additional STR loci D2S1338 and D19S433 in the representative sample of multinational Bosnia and Herzegovina residents Marjanovic D., Davoren J., Durmic A., Pojskic N., Bakal N, Kovacevic L., Drobnic K., Skaro V., Bajrovic K., Primorac D., Hadziselimovic R European Journal of Human Genetics Vol 14: Supplement 1: 341-342. January, 2006
20. Science and Society: Science and Security 6th EMBO/EMBL joint conference on Science and Society: Science and Security, EMBL Operon, Meyerhofstr. 1, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany (session chair) October, 2005
21. Tertiary education: Quality, Financing and Linkages with Innovation and Productivity, World Bank Second Eastern Europe and Central Asia Education Conference on Tertiary education: Quality, Financing and Linkages with Innovation and Productivity, World Bank, Dubrovnik, Croatia October, 2005
22. Molecular Basis of Osteogenesis Imperfecta 2nd Congress of Croatian Geneticists with international participation, Supetar, Island of Brač, Croatia September, 2005
23. The role of EBV in spontaneous abortion Čulić V, Čulić S, Mijaljica G, Mišković S, Žegarac Ž, Glavina Durdov M, Kuzmić Prusac I, Lozić B, Primorac D The Fourth European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Course in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine. Dubrovnik, September 5-9, 2005 September, 2005
24. Taq polymerase reverses inhibition of QRT-PCR by humic acid. Sutlović, Davorka; Definis-Gojanović, Marija; Anđelinović, Šimun; Drmić, Irena; Gugić, Dijana; Primorac D The Fourth European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Course in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine. Dubrovnik, September 5-9, 2005 September, 2005
25. Chromosome haplogroups in Eastern European population. Battaglia V, Fornarino S, Montagna S, Marjanović D, Drobnić K, Durmishi N, Anđelinović Š, Primorac D, Santachiara-Benerecetti AS, Semino O. The Fourth European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Course in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine. Dubrovnik, September 5-9, 2005 September, 2005
26. DNA Analysis in Identification of War Victims Primorac D. The Fourth European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Course in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine. Dubrovnik, September 5-9, 2005 September, 2005
27. DNA Typing of Human Remains Found in Mass Graves ISABS, Fourth European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Course in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine in Dubrovnik, Croatia September, 2005
28. Current Principles on Osteogenesisi Imperfecta 7th World Congress of Perinatal Medicine. Zagreb, Croatia September, 2005
29. DNA Analysis on Exhumed Corpses Mediterranean Academy of Forensic Sciences, MAFS2005, Monastir, Tunisia June, 2005
30. The Role of Viruses in Reproduction and Aneuploidy Culic V, Mijaljica G, Miskovic Z, Zegarac Z, Glavina S, Culic S, Primorac D. European Human Genetics Conference 2005. Prague, Czech Republic, May 7-10, 2005. European Journal of Human Genetics Vol 13: Supplement 1. May, 2005
31. The Role of Education in Business Development Crans Montana Forum, Zagreb, Croatia April, 2005
32. Population data at fifteen autosomal and twelve Y-chromosome short tandem repeat loci in the representative sample of multinational Bosnia and Herzegovina residents Marjanovic D., Bakal N., Pojskic N., Drobnic K., Primorac D., Bajrovic K., Hadziselimovic R The 21st ISFG Congress. Ponta Delgada, Portugal; Abstracts: 136 January, 2005
33. Y-chromosome bi-allelic and STR markers in the three main ethnic groups of modern Bosnia and Herzegovina Marjanovic D., Fomarino S., Bakal N, Montagna S., Hadziselimovic R., Primorac D.,Vidovic S., Pojskic N., Battaglia V., Achilli A., Torroni A., Andjelinovic S, Drobnic K, Santachiara-Benerecetti S., Semino O European Journal of Human Genetics Vol 13: Supplement 1: 339 January, 2005
34. Development and operation of laboratory for DNA identification for mass processing of skeletal remains from mass graves: the Bosnian and Croatian experience as solid foundation for the future Marjanovic D., Skaro V, Hadziselimovic R, Primorac D 2nd Mediterranean Academy of Forensic Science Congress, Monastir, Tunisia, Abstracts: 68 January, 2005
35. Capability of DNA paternity and maternity testing Marjanovic D., Skaro V., Primorac D. Gynaecol Perinatol 14 (Suppl. 2): 17-21 January, 2005
36. Factor V Leiden and F II20210A Mutations in Patients with Ischemic Stroke. Titlić M, Zadro R, Coen D, Primorac D. Second Congress of Croatian Society for Neurovascular Disorders od Croatian Medical Association, Zagreb, October 14-16, 2004. p. 149 October, 2004
37. The distribution of Y-chromosome haplogroups in the three main ethnic groups of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Marjanovic D., Fomarino S., Montagna S., Hadziselimovic R., Vidovic S., Pojskic N., Battaglia V., Achilli A., Torroni A., Primorac D., Santachiara-Benerecetti S., Semino O. 6st Balkan Meeting on Human Genetics, Thessaloniki, Greece; Abstracts: 37. January, 2004
38. Methods of Molecular Biology in Forensic Genetics ongress of the Croatian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Croatian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Bjelolasica, Croatia January, 2004
39. Expression of the Nm23-H1 gene and loss of heterozygosity in melanoma malignum: P13.72. Anđelinović, Deny; Primorac D; Pavelić, Krešimir; Kapitanović, Sanja; Anđelinović, Šimun; Tomić, Snježana; Marasović, Dujomir; Vukšić, I. Abstracts of the 13th Congress of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, Florence, Italy, November 17-21 2004 in Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology & Venereology. 18 (2004), Supplement 2. European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, 2004. 516-516 January, 2004
40. De Novo Trisomy-8 Mosaicism- a Five Years Follow Up. Culic V, Lozic B, Culic S, Resic B, Primorac D. Lasan R, Martinic R The Second European Congress in Paediatrics “ Europaediatrics 2003”, Prague, Czech Republic, October 19-22, 2003 October, 2003
41. New possibilities of molecular diagnostics and gene therapy osteogenesis imperfecte Postgraduate course in permanent medical training of 1st category. Organized by: School of Medicine, Zagreb, Croatian pediatrics society, Croatian Association of Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Zagreb October, 2003
42. Heavy Metals from Mass Graves Bones and Identification by Genomic DNA Sutlović D, Anđelinović Š, Drmić I, Definis Gojanović M, Primorac D. The Third European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine; 2003 Sep1-5; Zagreb. Croatia. Zagreb. Croatia: Studio HRG; 2003. p. 66 September, 2003
43. Identification of war victims by molecular methods European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Course in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine, Zagreb September, 2003
44. Application of Molecular Biology Methods in Forensic Genetics Primorac D. Third Congress in Human Genetics, Zagreb, September 3-4 2003. Paediatrica Croatica Vol 47: Supplement 2: 3. September, 2003
45. The Incidence of Factor V Leiden and F II20210A in Patients with Ischaemic Stroke Titlić M, Zadro R, Coen D, Primorac D. The Third European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine; 2003 Sep1-5; Zagreb. Croatia. Zagreb. Croatia: Studio HRG; 2003. p. 118. September, 2003
46. Relationship between Immunoreactivity and LOH in p53 andNM23 Genes in Ovarian Carcinoma Kuret S, Tomić S, Drmić I, Anđelinović Š, Primorac D. The Third European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine; 2003 Sep1-5; Zagreb. Croatia. Zagreb. Croatia: Studio HRG; 2003. p. 99 September, 2003
47. Expession of the NM23-H! Gene and Loss of Heterozygosity in Malignant Melanoma Anđelinović D, Pavelić K, Anđelinović Š, Tomić S, Marasović D, Erceg Ivkošić I, Kuret S, Franulović V, Primorac D. The Third European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine; 2003 Sep1-5; Zagreb. Croatia. Zagreb. Croatia: Studio HRG; 2003. p. 73 September, 2003
48. Our Experience: Ten Years Work on Identification of Skeletal Remains from Mass Graves. Anđelinović Š, Definis-Gojanović M, Sutlović D, Drmić I, Erceg Ivkošić I, Škaro V, Ivkošić A, Paić F, Primorac D. In Proceedings of the Third European-American School in Forensic Genetics and Mayo Clinic in Advanced Molecular and Cellular Medicine; 2003 Sep1-5; Zagreb. Croatia. Zagreb. Croatia: Studio HRG; 2003. p. 33 September, 2003
49. Molecular biology methods application in forensic genetics Primorac D. The Third Croatian Congress in Human Genetics, Zagreb, September 3-4 2003. Paediatrica Croatica Vol 47: Supplement 2: 3 September, 2003
50. Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights: Present Status and Future Perspective Croatian Commission for UNESCO. Zagreb, Croatia June, 2003
51. Identification of Skeletal Remains by DNA technology Inaugural Congress of the Mediterranean Academy of Forensic Sciences (MAFS). Casablanca, Morocco May, 2003
52. Extracting DNA Profiles from Challenging Sample Materials American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Chicago, IL, USA February, 2003
53. Identification of Skeletal Remains from Mass Graves: Ten-Year Experience of Our Work Andjelinovic S, Sutlovic D, Erceg I, Skaro V, Ivkosic A, Rezic B, Definis-Gojanovic M, Primorac D. . In: Proceedings of the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. 2003 Feb, Chicago, IL, USA February, 2003
54. Identification of Human Remains from Mass Graves 19th GEFI (Italian Forensic Genetics Group Meeting), Verona, Italy November, 2002
55. Missing Persons- A step to the Truth International Regional Conference , Rovinj, Croatia October, 2002
56. Bisphosphonate therapy in patients with osteogenesis imperfecta Huzjak, Nevenka; Barišić, Ingeborg; Rešić, Arnes, Kušec, Vesna; Antičević, Darko; Dodig, Damir; Primorac D. 29th European symposium on calcified tissues - Zagreb, Croatia, 25-29 May 2002 - Abstracts. Calcified Tissue International. 70(4):242-292, 2002 May, 2002
57. Forth European STR Working Group Meeting. Prague, Czech Republic April, 2002
58. Future of DNA Technology Ministry of Interior, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina April, 2002
59. Our experience in bisphosphonate therapy for osteogenesis imperfecta. Huzjak, Nevenka; Barišić, Ingeborg; Rešić, Arnes; Vrdoljak, Javor; Kušec, Vesna; Antičević, Darko; Dodig, Damir; Primorac D 8th International Conference on osteogenesis imperfecta-. Annecy, 2002. p.28 January, 2002
60. DNA Typing Technology Used for the Identification of the Human Remains Found in Mass Graves 12th International Symposium on Human Identification. Biloxi, Mississippi, USA October, 2001
61. Ancient DNA old as city of Split Andelinovic S, Sutlovic D, Drmic I, Primorac D. The Second European-American Intensive Course in Clinical and Forensic Genetics. Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 3-October 13, 2001, p. 29 October, 2001
62. Nine STR loci might not always be enough for reliable identification by reverse paternity determination Gornik I, Marcikic M, Kubat M, Primorac D, Lauc G The Second European-American Intensive Course in Clinical and Forensic Genetics. Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 3-October 13, 2001, p.38 October, 2001
63. A one step solution for identification of the skeletal remains. Erceg I, Andelinovic S, Sutlovic D, Rezic B, Ivkosic A, * Primorac D. The Second European-American Intensive Course in Clinical and Forensic Genetics. Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 3-October 13, 2001, p.36 October, 2001
64. Osteogenesis Imperfecta: Current Concepts Primorac D, Rowe D, Mottes M, Barišić I, Antičević D, Mirandola S, Gomez Lira M, Kalajzić I, Kušec V, Glorieux. The Second European-American Intensive Course in Clinical and Forensic Genetics. Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 3-October 13, 2001, p.128 October, 2001
65. Single signal of the Williams syndrome chromosome region 1 gene in hyperploidic bone morrow cells of acute lymphoblastic leukemia Williams syndrome patient. Čulić V, Čulić V, Armanda V, Kuljiš D, Rešić B, Lasan R, Lozić B, Primorac D, Malčić I, Peterlin B. The Second European-American Intensive Course in Clinical and Forensic Genetics, Dubrovnik, September 3-14 2001, p.90 September, 2001
66. Regional DNA identification of skeletal remains using STR techniques European-American Intensive Course in Clinical and Forensic Testing, Dubrovnik September, 2001
67. Identification of Human Remains by STRs Promega STR Educational Forum. Zagreb, Croatia June, 2001
68. Molecular Basis of Skeletal Diseases Hospital “Sveti Duh”, Croatia June, 2001
69. DNA and Human Rights University of California Berkley, Berkley, USA April, 2001
70. Application of PowerPlex16 System in the Identification of Human Remains European Symposium on STR Systems. Parma, Italy April, 2001
71. Human Identification and Genetics American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Seattle, Washington, USA February, 2001
72. Identification of Human Remains in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Where and How to Go Further? Primorac D, Andelinovic S, Definis-Gojanovic M, Schanfield M, Baden M, Lee H 53rd American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Seattle, Washington, February 19-24, 2001 February, 2001
73. Rapid Analysis of Skeletal Remains From Mass Graves Using Immobilized SSO Probes for the mtDNA Control Region Gabriel M, Calloway C, Reynolds R, Primorac D 53rd American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Seattle, Washington, February 19-24, 2001 February, 2001
74. An expanded HVI/HVII immobilized sequence specific oligonucleotide (SSO) probe typing strip for the rapid screening of forensic specimens Gabriel NM, Calloway DC, Primorac D, Reynolds LR. 11th International Symposium on Human Identification. Biloxi, Mississippi, USA, October, 2000
75. Studies on Use of PowerPlex16 on DNA Isolated from Bone Samples 11th International Symposium on Human Identification. Biloxi, Mississippi, USA October, 2000
76. Hyperploidy in Acute Lymphhoblastic Leucaemia Williams Syndrome Patient. IV. Mišković S, Čulić V, Čulić S, Lozić B, Armanda V, Kuljiš D, Rešić B, Primorac D Congress of Croatian Pediatrics Society and 3rd Congress of Croatian Medical Nurses Association Pediatrics Society, Čakovec, October 4-7, 2000. Paediatr Croat, 44, Suppl 3,2000. p. 200 October, 2000
77. Application of PowerPlex16 System in the Identification of Human Remains European Symposium on STR Systems. Berlin, Germany April, 2000
78. Hyperploidy in acute aymphoblastic leukemia William’s syndrome patient. Culic V, Culic S, Lozic B, Armanda V, Kuljis D, Miskovic S, Resic B, Primorac D, Malcic I, Lasan R, Peterlin B 1st Alps Adria Meeting on human genetics. Brijuni Islands, Croatia, April 14-15, 2000., p.74 April, 2000
79. Molecular Basis of Osteogenesis Imperfecta Roche Molecular Systems, Inc. Alameda, California, USA March, 2000
80. Williams-Beuren Syndrome and Acute Lymphoblast Leukemia: rear association Armanda V, Čulić S, Kuljiš D, Čulić V, Lozić B, Malčić P, Lasan R, Primorac D Croatian Congress of Hematologists and Transfusionists with International Participation, Dubrovnik, October 16-19, 1999. Liječnički vijesnik godište 121:supplement 3; Zagreb, October 1999. p.152 October, 1999
81. Congenital Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy (CDM) – Steinert Disease (Two families with Clinical and Molecular Diversity). Resic B, Culic V, Kuzmanic-Samija R, Tomasovic M, Primorac D. Mediterranean Child Neurology Meeting, Aghia Pelaghia, Crete, Greece, June 10-12, 1999 June, 1999
82. Breast cancer in the male: a retrospective analysis of 17 cases Jankovic S, Petricevic A, Ilic N, Bilic J, Andelinovic S, Primorac D. European Congress of Radiology, Vienna, Austria, March 7-12, 1999. Supplement 1 to European Radiology, vol.9:S 413. March, 1999
83. Methods of exhibiting victim’s belongings as a crucial tool in the identification of human remains from mass graves in specific situations Andelinovic S, Definis-Gojanovic S, Primorac D, Schanfield S Moses 51st American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Orlando, February 15-20, 1999 February, 1999
84. Craniocerebral missile injuries: Clinical and radiological study Jankovic S, Besenski N, Busic Z, Buca A, Maskovic J, Dujic Z, Primorac D. Neuroradiology 1999; 41:S68 January, 1999
85. dentification of human remains from mass graves found in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina Primorac D, Andelinovic S In: Zabit C, editor. Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Human Identification; 1999 Sep 29–Oct 2; Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA January, 1999
86. Identification of Human Remains from Mass Graves Found in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. 10th International Symposium on Human Identification. Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA January, 1999
87. Congenital Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy and Molecular Diagnostics. Rešić B, Čulić V, Hećimović S, Barle M, Čulić S, Lozić B, Primorac D 3rd Congress of Croatian Pediatrics Society, Slavonski Brod, 7.-10. October 1998. Paediatr Croat, 42 Suppl 2 1998., p 29. October, 1998
88. Null Allelic Mutation Molecular basis of Osteogenesis imperfecta Primorac D, Rowe D. The Second Croatian Congress in Human Genetics, Croatia, October 21-24, 1998., Zagreb, Paediatria Croatica, vol.42 suppl.3 1998. p.,6 October, 1998
89. Prenatal Diagnosis for Cystic Fibrosis from Genetic Counseling Unit Split Čulić V, Wagner K, Zierler H, Sertić J, Čulić S, Rešić B, Lozić B, Gojanović A, Balarin L, Primorac D The Second Croatian Congress in Human Genetics, Zagreb, Croatia, October 21-24, 1998 Paediatria Croatica Vol.42 Suppl. 3 1998. p. 47 October, 1998
90. Genetic Analysis in Forencis Medicine Drmić I, Anđelinović Š, Primorac D. The Second Croatian Congress in Human Genetics, Zagreb, Croatia October, 1998
91. Retinoblastoma and Environment Čulić V, Čulić S, Žuljan I, Sheffer H, Armanda V, Kuljiš D, Rešić B, Karaman K, Primorac D, Balarin L The Second Croatian Congress in Human Genetics, Zagreb October 21-24, 1998. Paediatria Croatica Vol.42 Suppl. 3 1998. p. 35 October, 1998
92. Genetic basis of epilepsy in children. Čulić V, Primorac D, Rešić B, Lozić B, Čulić S. 3rd Croatian Epilepsy Symposium, Stari Grad, Hvar, Croatia October, 1998
93. Influence of premature termination on aggrecane gene to mRNA transport * Primorac D, Johnson CV, Lawrence JB, Andelinovic S, Stover ML, McKinstry M, Schanfield M, Rowe DW 45th Annual Mtg. The American Society of Human Genetics, Denver, CO, October 1998 October, 1998
94. Assoccation of oral lichen planus with carbohydrate metabolism disorder and HL DR antigens Ognjenović M, Cekić Arambašin A, Karelović D, Primorac D, Eterović D 4th ICPA, Zagreb, Croatia, September 6-10 1998 September, 1998
95. Premature termination on aggrecane gene and its influence to mRNA transport. Primorac D, Johnson CV, Lawrence JB, Andelinovic S, Rowe DW. European Journal of Human Genetics 1998;6 (1) 118 January, 1998
96. Splicing Mutations on Type I Collagen Gene and its Effects on mRNA Transport Anthropology and Molecular Genetics Post Graduate Course. ICU Dubrovnik, Hvar, Island of Hvar January, 1998
97. Premature Terminations of mRNA and Intron Retention are Two Different Mechanisms in Development of Genetic Diseases Allegheny University of the Health Sciences, Institute for Cellular Therapeutics, Philadelphia, PA, USA December, 1997
98. Premature STOP Codon and its Influence to mRNA Transport Analytical Genetic and Testing Center, Denver, CO, USA March, 1997
99. Splicing Errors and Defective Transport of COL1A1 mRNA Produce Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Rockville, MD, USA March, 1997
100. Identification of human remains from mass graves in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina by use of DNA European-American Intensive Course in PCR Based Clinical and Forensic Testing, Split January, 1997
101. Null alleles resulting from a defect in splicing or premature stop codons show abnormalities at different steps of nuclear to cytoplasmic mRNA transport Primorac D, C. Johnson, M. McKinstry, S. Avatapalli, J. Lawrence and D. Rowe 45th Annual Mtg. The American Society of Human Genetics, San Francisco, CA October, 1996
102. DNA Forensic Testing: What Geneticists Should Know? Division of Human Genetics Connecticut Childrens' Medical Center, Hartford, Connecticut, USA June, 1996
103. Ancient DNA and Forensic Applications of DNA Technology 2nd Annual American Association of Anthropological Genetics workshop, Denver, Colorado, USA June, 1996
104. The Kinetics and Intracellular Localization of the Messenger RNAs Affected by Splicing Errors: Current Paradigm and its Relationship to Genetic Collagen Disease National Cancer Institute, National Institute of Health, Frederick Cancer Research and Development Center, Frederick, Maryland, USA May, 1996
105. Human Genome Research: Human Rights and Policy from Gene Detection through Family Public Health Education Yale College Seminar Program, New Haven, Connecticut, USA April, 1996
106. Transport of the mutant mRNA in the patient with a type I Osteogenesis Imperfecta is blocked within nucleus Primorac D., Kinstry M.Mc, Lawrence J.B., Johnson C.V., Avatapalli S. and Rowe D.W. 16th Annual Meeting, East Connective Tissue Society, New York, NY 1996 Hosted by Long Island Jewish Medical Center January, 1996
107. A Small Retained Intron in the COL1A1 gene Causing Mild OI: A second Case Report Redford-Badwal D.A., Stover, M.L., McKinstry, B.M., Primorac D., Avatapalli, S., Avatapalli, L. and Rowe, W.D 15th Annual Meeting, East Coast Connective Tissue Society, Somerset, NJ, March 1995 Hosted by Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University and Princeton University March, 1995
108. Splicing errors and a premature termination codon in a Col1A1 minigene: Similarities to and discrepancies from endogenous mutations. Primorac D., Stover, M.L., Liu, S.C. and Rowe, W.D. 15th Annual Meeting, East Coast Connective Tissue Society, Somerset, NJ, March 1995 Hosted by Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University and Princeton Universit March, 1995
109. Mechanism of Negative Growth Regulation by Interferon-Gamma Guha A., Preston R. P., Primorac D., Hand A. 3rd International Congress on Biological Response Modifiers, Cancun, Mexico January, 1995
110. Identification of war victims from mass graves in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina trough the use of DNA Typing and standards forensic methods * Primorac D., Andelinovic S., Definis-Gojanovic M., Drmic I., Rezic B., Baden M.M., Kennedy M.A., Skakel S.B., Lee H.C. International Forensic Symposium, Taipei, Taiwan, November 28 - December 2, 199 December, 1994
111. Interferon induced growth arrest is induced by membrane structural changes Guha A., Mason R.P., Primorac D., Rowe D.W., Hand A. 36th Annual Mtg. The American Society of Hematology, Nashville, Tennessee, December 2-6, 1994 December, 1994
112. Nuclear sequestration of COL1A1 mRNA transcript associated with type I osteogenesis imperfecta. Primorac D., Liu S.C., Stover M., McKinstry M.B. and Rowe D.W 44th Annual Mtg. The American Society of Human Genetics, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 1994 October, 1994
113. Reduced type II collagen in nanomelic cultured chondrocytes: An example of extracellular matrix/collagen feedback regulation? Primorac D., Stover M.L., McKinstry BM, Redford-Badwal D., Clark S.H., Rowe D 13th Ann. Mtg. East Coast Connective Tissue Society, Baltimore, March 1994 Hosted by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine March, 1994
114. A method to distinguish expressed mutations vs null mutations in osteogenesis imperfecta Redford-Badwal D.A., Stover M.L., McKinstry M., Primorac D., Avatapalli S. and Rowe D.W 13th Ann. Mtg. East Coast Connective Tissue Society, Baltimore, March 1994 Hosted by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine March, 1994
115. Defective aggrecan mRNA processing associated with nanomelia, a heritable chondrodystrophy of chicken Primorac D., Velleman S., Clark S., Chandrasekaran L., Tanzer M., Rowe D 12th Ann. Mtg. East Coast Connective Tissue Society, Philadelphia, March 1993 Hosted by Philadelphia Connective Tissue Group March, 1993
116. Defective Splicing of mRNA from One COL1A1 Allele of Type I Collagen in Nondeforming (Type I) Osteogenesis Imperfecta Ruder Bošković Institute, Zagreb, Croatia November, 1992
117. Defective Col1A1 mRNA splicing causing a null allele in type I osteogenesis imperfecta * Primorac D., Stover M., Liu S., McKinstry M., Rowe D Bone Min. Res. 7(1):S132, 1992 January, 1992
118. Defective aggrecan mRNA processing associated with nanomelia, a heritable chondrodystrophy of chicken Primorac D., Velleman S., Clark S., Chandrasekaran L., Tanzer M., Rowe, D . Bone Min. Res. 7(1):S132, 1992 January, 1992



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From dust to dust | Forensic DNA analysis 7th ISABS Conference on Forensic Genetics and Molecular Medicine June, 2011

4th Annual Pharma R&D Asia Congress
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