Fly genome done?
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Wed Nov 24 13:36:52 EST 1999
In article <81hbpb$djq$1 at usenet01.srv.cis.pitt.edu> mihalek at FORMULA1.smtp.anes.upmc.edu (Robert M. Mihalek) writes:
>From: mihalek at FORMULA1.smtp.anes.upmc.edu (Robert M. Mihalek)
>Subject: Fly genome done?
>Date: 24 Nov 1999 18:46:03 GMT
>Any news on when the Drosophila genome produced by Celera will be
>assembled and released to the public? (I realize that it is "sequenced"
>but that the shotgun sequences need to be assembled.)
>please remove the name of the RACE SERIES for e-mail replies
>"They came to our village a year ago and were looking only for
>men with guns. A lot of people didn't believe they would kill
>the women and children." Hamdi Fazliu - Kosovo High School
>The Boston Globe July 4, 1999
Some is already available. If you have a sequence, you can search blast (at
BDGP or NIH)and possibly hit genomic data from Celera. I dont think they have
a site that you can search by region yet. The Celera sequences that I have
seen are in the range of 10-25K.
Arthur Wohlwill adwohlwi at UIC.EDU
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