The Chromosome Abnormality Database

Gary Williams x3294 gwilliam at
Fri Jun 4 03:30:29 EST 1993

In article <1993Jun3.143619.21453 at> smercer at (Mr. S.J. Mercer) writes:
>The Chromosome Abnormality Database (CAD) is a centralised repository of 
>records of human chromosome abnormalities, and is available for researchers 
>to search free of charge.
>Searches of the database may be performed free of charge by contacting the 
>database manager, Dr Mercer at the address below, or directly by the researcher
>through the computing facilities maintained by the UK Human Genome Mapping 

To register as a user of the UK HGMP-RC facilities, please mail or fax
to the following address:
             Christine Bates
             The HGMP Resource Centre
             Clinical Research Centre
             Watford Road
             Harrow MIDDX HA1 3UJ
             Tel: 081-869 3446
             Fax: 081-869 3807
             Email: C.Bates at
Registration is open to any bona fide academic, whether based in the UK
or elsewhere.  Registration is not restricted to those directly involved
in human genome mapping.

GARY WILLIAMS,  Computing Services,          Janet:       G.Williams at UK.AC.CRC
MRC Human Genome Mapping Project,            Internet:    G.Williams at CRC.AC.UK
Watford Rd, HARROW, Middx, HA1 3UJ, UK         ** Sequence databases have  **
Tel 081-869 3294   Fax 081-423 1275            ** about a 3% error content **

More information about the Bionews mailing list