Human Genome Mapping

Edited by Karen Young Kreeger K.H. Buetow, J.L. Weber, S. Ludwigsen, T. Scherpbier-Heddema, G.M. Duyk, V.C. Sheffield, Z. Wang, J.C. Murray, "Integrated human genome-wide maps constructed using the CEPH reference panel," Nature Genetics, 6:391-3, 1994. (Cited in more than 140 publications as of June 1996) Comments by Kenneth H. Buetow, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia USER-FRIENDLY: Maps of human genetic markers integrate the work of many labs, according to Fox Chase's Kenneth Buetow.

The Scientist Staff
Jul 7, 1996

Edited by Karen Young Kreeger
K.H. Buetow, J.L. Weber, S. Ludwigsen, T. Scherpbier-Heddema, G.M. Duyk, V.C. Sheffield, Z. Wang, J.C. Murray, "Integrated human genome-wide maps constructed using the CEPH reference panel," Nature Genetics, 6:391-3, 1994. (Cited in more than 140 publications as of June 1996)

Comments by Kenneth H. Buetow, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia


USER-FRIENDLY: Maps of human genetic markers integrate the work of many labs, according to Fox Chase's Kenneth Buetow.
The value of linkage maps of the human genome to various biomedical disciplines is becoming increasingly evident to researchers. These maps-based on inheritance patterns of linked genes-have been generated by a number of groups participating in the worldwide Human Genome Project, including the National Institutes of Health's National Center for Human Genome Research (NCHGR) in Bethesda, Md., and the Centre d'Etude Polymorphisme Humain (CEPH) in Paris.

This paper represents one of the earliest attempts...

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