Chromosomal Location of Genes

Mats Sundvall sundvall at bio.embnet.se
Fri Mar 8 13:03:41 EST 1991


In article <68412751 at pharm.sunysb.edu>, TOM at PHARM.SUNYSB.EDU (Thomas Easton) writes:
>> Does anybody know of a reasonably up to date reference or computer database
>> containing a list of the chromosomal locations of human genes?
>> 
> 
> You might try the HGML and/or OMIM databases described in LIMB, available
> by e-mail viz
>         From: NETSERV at EMBL.bitnet
>         Subject: Automatic response to : GET LIMB:LIMB.TXT
>         Subject: Automatic response to : GET LIMB:LIMB.NDX
> 
> Apparently both are accessible online (HGML by e-mail too).  For info, 
> check the persons in the 'acc.x' fields...
> 
> Hope it helps,
> Tom Easton
> 
> -------- abbreviated from LiMB.TXT
> entry       HGML
> acc.nam     Dr. Iva Cohen
> acc.add     Human Gene Mapping Library
>             25 Science Park
>             New Haven, CT 06511
>             U.S.A.
> acc.tel     (203) 786-5515
> acc.net     genesic at yalevm.bitnet
> -------------------------------------
> entry       OMIM
> acc.nam     Dr. Bonnie Maidak
> acc.add     1830 E. Monument St., Third Floor
>             Welch Medical Library
>             Baltimore, MD 21205
>             U.S.A.
> acc.tel     (301) 955-9656
> acc.net     bonnie at welch.jhu.edu



HGML has changed name to GDB and moved to Johns Hopkins University.

	Mats Sundvall,
	Uppsala, Sweden



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