How to access HG sequence data?

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Wed May 10 03:22:22 EST 2000


This message has been posted by:  m.mitchell at REMOVE-THIS-TO-SENDicrf.icnet.uk (Mike Mitchell)

In article <391823A2.12907408 at nospam.net>, nospam at nospam.net wrote:

> Bac sequence is coming out for specific regions in drips and draps with
> no discernible structure in place for readily identifying sequence from
> regions of interest.  Can anyone give advise on the best way of
> collecting new sequence information from specific chromosome locations?
> Presumably, the best way of identifying the sequence is by Blast
> searching with available marker sequence, but this seems to be time
> consuming and tedious.  Are there available tools for automating this?

I would try going to source, ie the labs that are sequencing the specific
chromosomes of interest, and the NCBI has a sequencing progress page:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genome/seq/page.cgi?F=HsProgress.shtml&&ORG=Hs

and for more general stuff about sequencing:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genome/seq/page.cgi?F=HsHome.html&ORG=Hs

We have a list of the labs sequencing the chromosomes:

http://www.cgal.icnet.uk/humchr.html

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