A Gene Map of the Human Genome

@article{Schuler1996AGM,
  title={A Gene Map of the Human Genome},
  author={G D Schuler and Mark S. Boguski and Elizabeth A. Stewart and Lincoln Stein and G{\'a}bor Gyapay and Kate Rice and R E White and Patricia Rodriguez-Tom{\'e} and Amita Aggarwal and Eva S. Bajorek and Stephane Bentolila and Bruce Birren and Alain Butler and Andrew B. Castle and Nuchanard Chiannilkulchai and Angela M Chu and Chris Clee and S Cowles and P J Day and Thomas Dibling and Nathalie Drouot and Ian Dunham and Simone Duprat and C L East and Carol A. Edwards and J B Fan and Nicole Y. Fang and C{\'e}cile Fizames and C L Garrett and L Green and David Hadley and Michael Harris and Pille Harrison and Shannon D. Brady and Aubrey Hicks and E Holloway and Li Hui and S Hussain and Christine Louis-dit-Sully and J. Ma and A MacGilvery and C Mader and A Maratukulam and Tara Cox Matise and Kathleen B. McKusick and Jean Morissette and Andrew J. Mungall and Delphine Muselet and Howard C. Nusbaum and David C. Page and A. I. Peck and Shanti M. Perkins and Mark Piercy and Fawn Qin and John Quackenbush and Sarah Ranby and Tim Reif and Steve Rozen and C Sanders and Xinwei She and J Silva and Donna K. Slonim and Cari Soderlund and W L Sun and Paul Tabar and T. Thangarajah and Nathalie Vega-Czarny and Douglas Vollrath and S Voyticky and Tamsin Wilmer and X Wu and Mark D. Adams and Charles Auffray and N A Walter and Rhonda Brandon and Anindya Dehejia and Peter N. Goodfellow and R{\'e}mi Houlgatte and James R. Hudson and Susan E. Ide and K R Iorio and W Y Lee and Naohiko Seki and Takahiro Nagase and Ken-ichi Ishikawa and Nobuo Nomura and Cheryl A. Phillips and M. H. Polymeropoulos and Mina Sandusky and Karin Schmitt and Rebecca Berry and K Swanson and R Torres and J. Craig Venter and James M. Sikela and Jacques S. Beckmann and Jean Weissenbach and Richard M. Myers and David R. Cox and Michael R. James and David R. Bentley and Panos Deloukas and Eric S. Lander and Thomas J Hudson},
  journal={Science},
  year={1996},
  volume={274},
  pages={540 - 546}
}
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