A physical map of the human genome

@article{Wallis2001APM,
  title={A physical map of the human genome},
  author={John D. Marco LaDeana Robert H. Asif John Mandeep Krist McPherson Marra Hillier Waterston Chinwalla Wallis and J. McPherson and M. Marra and L. Hillier and R. Waterston and A. Chinwalla and J. Wallis and M. Sekhon and K. Wylie and E. Mardis and Richard K. Wilson and R. Fulton and T. Kucaba and C. Wagner-McPherson and W. B. Barbazuk and Simon G. Sean J. Lisa Richard S. Graeme Adam Jane L. Owe Gregory Humphray French Evans Bethel Whittaker Hol and S. Gregory and S. Humphray and L. French and R. Evans and G. Bethel and A. Whittaker and J. Holden and O. T. McCann and A. Dunham and C. Soderlund and C. Scott and D. Bentley and Gregory Hsiu-Chuan Wonhee Schuler Chen Jang and G. Schuler and Hsiu-Chuan Chen and W. Jang and Eric D. Jacquelyn R. Valerie V. Braden Green Idol Maduro and E. Green and J. Idol and V. Maduro and Kate T. Eunice Ashley Suzanne Raju Montgomery Lee Miller Emerling Kucherlapati and K. Montgomery and Eunice Lee and Ashley Miller and Susan Emerling and R. Kucherlapati and Richard Steve J. Harley Erica Kerstin Paul Susan Dawn Gibbs Scherer Gorrell Sodergren Clerc-Blankenburg and R. Gibbs and S. Scherer and J. H. Gorrell and E. Sodergren and Kerstin P. Clerc-Blankenburg and P. Tabor and S. Naylor and D. Garcia and Pieter J. Joseph J. Norma Kazutoyo de Jong Catanese Nowak Osoegawa and P. D. de Jong and J. Catanese and N. Nowak and K. Osoegawa and Shizhen Lee Anuradha Monica Leroy Qin Rowen Madan Dors Hood and Shizhen Qin and L. Rowen and A. Madan and Monica Dors and L. Hood and Barbara Cynthia Hillary Trask Friedman Massa and B. Trask and C. Friedman and H. Massa and Vivian G. Ilan R. Thomas Raluca Cheung Kirsch Reid Yonescu and V. Cheung and I. Kirsch and Thomas Reid and R. Yonescu and Jean Thomas Roland Weissenbach Bruls Heilig and J. Weissenbach and T. Bruls and R. Heilig and Elbert Anne Norman Jan-Fang Trevor Branscomb Olsen Doggett Cheng Hawkins and E. Branscomb and A. Olsen and N. Doggett and Jan-Fang Cheng and T. Hawkins and Richard M. Jin Lucia Jeremy Olivia Kami Nancy E. David R. Myers Shang Ramirez Schmutz Velasquez Dixon Stone and R. Myers and Jin Shang and L. Ramirez and J. Schmutz and Olivia Velasquez and Kami Dixon and N. Stone and D. Cox and David W. James Terrence Sanja Scot Haussler Kent Furey Rogic Kennedy and D. Haussler and W. J. Kent and T. Furey and S. Rogic and S. Kennedy and Steven Jones and Andr{\'e} Gaiping Markus Gernot Gerald Reiner Brigitte Rosenthal Wen Schilhabel Gloeckner Nyakatura Siebe and A. Rosenthal and G. Wen and M. Schilhabel and G. Gloeckner and G. Nyakatura and R. Siebert and B. Schlegelberger and Julie Xiao-Ning Korenberg Chen and J. Korenberg and Xiao-ning Chen and Asao Masahira Atsushi Tetsushi Hong-Seok Yoshiyuki Fujiyama Hattori Toyoda Yada Park Sakaki and A. Fujiyama and M. Hattori and A. Toyoda and T. Yada and Hong-Seok Park and Y. Sakaki and S NobuyoshiShuichiKazuhikoTakashiAiAtsushiKazunoriJunSShimizuAsakawaKawasakiSasakiShintaniShimizu and N. Shimizu and S. Asakawa and K. Kawasaki and Takashi Sasaki and A. Shintani and A. Shimizu and K. Shibuya and J. Kudoh and S. Minoshima and Juliane Peter Celine Annemarie Richard Hans Ramser Seranski Hoff Poustka Reinhardt Lehrach and J. Ramser and P. Seranski and C. Hoff and A. Poustka and R. Reinhardt and H. Lehrach},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2001},
  volume={409},
  pages={934-941}
}
  • John D. Marco LaDeana Robert H. Asif John Mandeep Krist McPherson Marra Hillier Waterston Chinwalla Wallis, John D. Marco LaDeana Robert H. Asif John Mandeep Krist McPherson Marra Hillier Waterston Chinwalla Wallis, +130 authors H. Lehrach
  • Published 2001
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nature
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