seeking chromosome-specific genomic librar

Dean Danner Lab djdlab at bimcore.emory.edu
Tue Feb 15 16:11:01 EST 1994


In article mka at mserv1.dl.ac.uk, mfreis at lsumc.edu (Marion Freistadt) writes:
>This message is being sent to both virology and methods-and-reagents.  I am
>looking for a chromosome-specific library (17).  Cosmid would be good.  To
>my knowledge, they are not yet commercially available.  Does anyone know if
>there are any available, e.g., through the human genome project?  If not,
>how hard are they to make?  Can one get sorted chromosomes?  How hard is it
>to sort chrom. by FACS??? Thanks
>

I know that ATCC has cromosome specific libraries as we ordered
one for chr. 19 from them.  If you need more info, e-mail me and
I will get an address or phone number for you.

Tracy Sitler
Dept. of Genetics and Molecular Medicine
Emory University
djdlab at bimcore.emory.edu
or
tsitler at gmm.gen.emory.edu  






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