Genome Mapping

(The Scientist, Vol:10, #6, p. 14, March 18, 1996) W.F. Dietrich, J.C. Miller, R.G. Steen, M. Merchant, D. Damron, R. Nahf, A. Gross, D.C. Joyce, M. Wessel, R.D. Dredge, A. Marquis, L.D. Stein, N. Goodman, D.C. Page, E. Lander, "A genetic map of the mouse with 4,006 simple sequence length polymorphisms," Nature Genetics, 7:220-45, 1994. (Cited in more than 130 publications as of February 1996) MAP-MAKER: MIT biologist Eric Lander and his coworkers developed a comprehensive map of the mouse g

Steven Benowitz
Mar 17, 1996

(The Scientist, Vol:10, #6, p. 14, March 18, 1996)

W.F. Dietrich, J.C. Miller, R.G. Steen, M. Merchant, D. Damron, R. Nahf, A. Gross, D.C. Joyce, M. Wessel, R.D. Dredge, A. Marquis, L.D. Stein, N. Goodman, D.C. Page, E. Lander, "A genetic map of the mouse with 4,006 simple sequence length polymorphisms," Nature Genetics, 7:220-45, 1994. (Cited in more than 130 publications as of February 1996)

Eric Lander
MAP-MAKER: MIT biologist Eric Lander and his coworkers developed a comprehensive map of the mouse genome.
Comments by Eric Lander, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and William Dietrich, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Harvard Medical School

The paper reports a comprehensive genetic map of the mouse genome and, specifically, how genetic markers are arranged along the mouse genome. "Genetic maps are essential tools for doing any kind of genetic work," says Eric Lander, a professor of biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and...

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