A physical map of the mouse genome

@article{Gregory2002APM,
  title={A physical map of the mouse genome},
  author={S. Gregory and M. Sekhon and J. Schein and Shaying Zhao and K. Osoegawa and C. Scott and R. Evans and P. Burridge and Tony Cox and Christopher A. Fox and R. Hutton and Ian R. Mullenger and K. Phillips and James A. Smith and J. Stalker and Glen Threadgold and E. Birney and K. Wylie and A. Chinwalla and J. Wallis and L. Hillier and Jason Carter and T. Gaige and S. Jaeger and Colin L. Kremitzki and D. Layman and J. Maas and R. McGrane and Kelly Mead and Rebecca Walker and Steven Jones and Michael B. Smith and J. Asano and I. Bosdet and S. Chan and S. Chittaranjan and Readman Chiu and C. Fjell and D. Fuhrmann and Noreen Girn and C. Gray and R. Guin and L. Hsiao and M. Krzywinski and Reta Kutsche and Soo Sen Lee and Carrie A. Mathewson and Candice McLeavy and Steve Messervier and S. Ness and P. Pandoh and A. Prabhu and P. Saeedi and D. Smailus and L. Spence and J. Stott and Sheryl Taylor and W. Terpstra and M. Tsai and J. Vardy and N. Wye and George S. Yang and S. Shatsman and B. Ayodeji and K. Geer and G. Tsegaye and A. Shvartsbeyn and E. Gebregeorgis and M. Krol and D. Russell and L. Overton and J. Malek and M. Holmes and M. Heaney and J. Shetty and T. Feldblyum and W. Nierman and J. Catanese and T. Hubbard and R. Waterston and J. Rogers and P. Jong and C. Fraser and M. Marra and J. McPherson and D. Bentley},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2002},
  volume={418},
  pages={743-750}
}
A physical map of a genome is an essential guide for navigation, allowing the location of any gene or other landmark in the chromosomal DNA. We have constructed a physical map of the mouse genome that contains 296 contigs of overlapping bacterial clones and 16,992 unique markers. The mouse contigs were aligned to the human genome sequence on the basis of 51,486 homology matches, thus enabling use of the conserved synteny (correspondence between chromosome blocks) of the two genomes to… Expand

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