Chr1 marker

buschmann at gsf.de buschmann at gsf.de
Tue Mar 14 12:23:03 EST 2000


Hello everybody,

is anybody familiar with the RFLP marker mi106b? I can not find any precise
information about it, only that it has been used to establish BAC contigs
and that it localizes to the top of Chr.1.

Please note that mi106b is not identical to mi106. mi106b is not included
in the
mi RFLP-Marker Table at the TAIR web site.

Many thanks for any suggestions,
Henrik
Henrik Buschmann
GSF-Research Center for
Health and Environment
Institute for Biochemical Plant Pathology (BIOP)
Oberschleissheim, Germany
phone 0049 89 3187 3308
fax 0049 89 3187 2726
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