Genetics of Industrial Microorganisms - International Commission (GIM-IC)
Génétique des microorganismes industriels - Commission internationale
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1970 Prague Czech Rep
1970, Prague (Czech Rep), at 1st International Symposium on 'Genetics of Industrial Microorganisms'. Comes within the framework of B-XB1314 - International Union of Microbiological Societies (IUMS). Originally affiliated with U-XE2365 - International Commission for Microbial Genetics (ICMG). Also referred to as International Committee for Genetics of Industrial Microorganisms (GIM International Committee).
Initiate and enhance contacts and exchange of experience between genetics and industrial microbiology; further development of genetics and molecular biology of industrially used organisms, especially microbes and cell cultures.
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A subcommittee of U-XE3398 - International Committee on Economic and Applied Microbiology (ICEAM); 2 members of GIM-IC join ICEAM Executive Committee, and one member of GIM-IC joins ICEAM Advisory Council. Officers: President, Vice-President, Secretary General.
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