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1.4 million SNPs for you to link (Laboratory Network)

  July, 26 2002 0:23
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The SNP Consortium Ltd., a collaborative effort to create a public database of genetic markers called single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), today announced it has completed a genome-wide SNP-based human linkage map, with more than 1.4 million SNPs, that is available via its Internet web site for the unrestricted use of researchers worldwide.

CONTACT: Mary Prescott for The SNP Consortium, +1-312-528-3904

Full news release can be found in the Laboratory Network

Message posted by: Anthony W.I. Lo

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