X chromosome mapping data

Hugues Roest Crollius hrc at gea.lif.icnet.uk
Sat May 14 12:14:17 EST 1994


	ICRF HUMAN X CHROMOSOME PHYSICAL MAPPING DATA
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Physical mapping YAC data for the human X chromosome are now available
by anonymous ftp from ftp.icnet.uk (give user name as "anonymous",
password as your email address). The data are below the directory
icrf-public/GenomeAnalysis/X

The data comprise YAC contigs generated in the ICRF Genome Analysis
Laboratory, integrated with published contigs from the Reference Library
System.

The data will be of interest to people working on mapping the X
chromosome and to computer scientists who wish to write new ordering
algorithms.

The data comprise four files in the directory
icrf-public/GenomeAnalysis/X:

 README    		Explanation file
 raw.tar.Z	  	Raw hybridisation data (compressed tar)
 Xcontigs.log.Z 	Summary information of X YAC contigs (compressed)
 Acemap.tar.Z		acedb3 dump of X YAC contigs (compressed tar)


Questions, Comments and Suggestions can be emailed to:

andy at gea.lif.icnet.uk  		(Andrei Grigoriev)
hrc at gea.lif.icnet.uk  		(Hugues Roest Crollius)
humanX at gea.lif.icnet.uk 	(Mark Ross)
rmott at gea.lif.icnet.uk 		(Richard Mott)

or by post to:-

 Genome Analysis Laboratory
 Imperial Cancer Research Fund
 44 Lincoln's Inn Fields
 London WC2A 3PX
 UK







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