A genetic linkage map of the mouse: current applications and future prospects.

  title={A genetic linkage map of the mouse: current applications and future prospects.},
  author={Neal G. Copeland and Nancy A. Jenkins and Debra J. Gilbert and Janan T. Eppig and Lois J. Maltais and Jeffrey C. Miller and William F. Dietrich and Alix Weaver and Stephen E. Lincoln and R. Grant Steen},
  volume={262 5130},
Technological advances have made possible the development of high-resolution genetic linkage maps for the mouse. These maps in turn offer exciting prospects for understanding mammalian genome evolution through comparative mapping, for developing mouse models of human disease, and for identifying the function of all genes in the organism. 
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