Analysis of human transcriptomes

  title={Analysis of human transcriptomes},
  author={Victor E. Velculescu and Stephen L. Madden and Lin Zhang and Alex E. Lash and Jian Yu and Carlo Rago and Anita Lal and Clarence J. Wang and Gary A. Beaudry and Kristin M Ciriello and Brian P Cook and Michael R Dufault and Anne T Ferguson and Yuhong Gao and T. X. He and Heiko Hermeking and Siewleng K Hiraldo and Paul M. Hwang and Marissa A Lopez and Hilary F Luderer and Brynna Mathews and Joseph M Petroziello and Korn{\'e}lia Poly{\'a}k and Leigh Zawel and Wen Zhang and Xiaoming Zhang and Wei Zhou and Frank G. Haluska and Jin Jen and Saraswati V. Sukumar and Gregory M Landes and Gregory Joseph Riggins and Bert Vogelstein and Kenneth W. Kinzler},
  journal={Nature Genetics},
nature genetics • volume 23 • december 1999 387 The term ‘synteny’ (or syntenic) refers to gene loci on the same chromosome regardless of whether or not they are genetically linked by classic linkage analysis1. This term was introduced in 1971 by John H. Renwick, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, at the 4th Internal Congress of Human Genetics in Paris with one of us (E.P.) in attendance. The need for such a term was suggested to J.H. Renwick by E.A. Murphy, of Johns Hopkins… CONTINUE READING
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