diverse genomic DNAs

David MacHugh dmachugh at mail.tcd.ie
Sat Jun 5 11:28:59 EST 1999


In article <7j8jo4$319$1 at rzsun02.rrz.uni-hamburg.de> , 
behrends at plexus.uke.uni-hamburg.de (soenke behrends) wrote:

>
> Dear netters,
>
> i am studying a cDNA with a suspected
> polymorphism which i would like to evaluate
> in different genomic pools (chinese, caucasian,
> african, aboriginee...). As diverse as possible.
>
> Does anyone know of a company that sells these
> genomic DNAs as a panel?
>
> Thanks for any hint or comment
>
> Soenke
>
>
>

The following message which was recently posted to bionet.announce should
help:



DNA Polymorphism Discovery Resource


The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), in collaboration
with the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) and its
Human Genetic Mutant Cell Repository, has developed a resource of cell
lines and DNA samples that can be used to discover DNA sequence
polymorphisms.  This resource will be comprised of cell lines and DNA
samples from 450 unrelated individuals, male and female.  It is
designed to reflect the diversity in the human population.  In addition
to the complete set, predefined nested subsets with 8, 24, 44, and 90
samples encompassing the same range of diversity as the complete set
are also available.  Summaries of the numbers of individuals sampled
from each population group will be available for the complete set and
the subsets, but no medical, phenotypic, or ethnicity information will
be associated with individual samples. The individuals sampled include
European-Americans, African-Americans, Mexican-Americans, Native
Americans, and Asian-Americans. The samples are available from the
Coriell Institute for Medical Research.  For information about ordering
these samples, see http://locus.umdnj.edu/nigms, and for information on
the DNA Polymorphism Discovery Resource, see
http://www.nhgri.nih.gov/Grant_info/Funding/discover_polymorphisms.html
and Collins, F.S., Brooks, L.D., and Chakravarti, A. 1998.  A DNA
polymorphism discovery resource for research on human genetic
variation. <italic>Genome Res </italic><bold>8(12):</bold> 1229-1231.


  NIGMS Human Genetic Mutant Cell Repository

  Coriell Cell Repositories

  401 Haddon Avenue

  Camden, NJ 08103


Telephone: 800-752-3805 in the United States

  609-757-4848 from other countries

Fax:  609-757-9737


e-mail:  ccr at arginine.umdnj.edu

Jeanne C. Beck, Ph.D.

Deputy Director

Coriell Cell Repositories

401 Haddon Avenue

Camden, New Jersey 08103

Voice: 609-757-4847

Fax: 609-757-9737

e-mail: jbeck at umdnj.edu







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