Y-chromosome polymorphisms

wijsman at max.u.washington.edu wijsman at max.u.washington.edu
Thu Dec 5 00:51:46 EST 1991


>>From: IN%"wijsman at max.u.washington.edu"  2-DEC-1991 19:32:53.89
>>To:   IN%"bionews at genbank.bio.net"
>>Subj: RE:  Y-chromosome polymorphisms
 
>> Does anyone have information about Y-polymorphisms in general and in particul
a
r
>> about population studies (in humans) using them?
 
 
> Send an e-mail note to the genome data base folks at Johns Hopkins, explaining
> that you would like access to their online system (help at welch.jhu.edu); a
> quick scan reveals 26 polymorphic probes for the Y chromosome, with 11 or so
> specific for the Y (the rest have X homologs). The data base staff are very
> happy to sign up new users!
 
>  John Alsobrook                        |    Never ask a question whose    *
>  Child Study Center                    |    answer you are not prepared   *
>  Yale University School of Medicine    |             to hear.             *
 
 
Thanks very much.  That should help for anything which has been
submitted to the database.  We need the Y specific probes.
 
Ellen Wijsman
Div. Medical Genetics, RG-25
University of Washington
Seattle, WA   98195
wijsman at saam.bioeng.washington.edu
or
wijsman at u.washington.edu
 



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