Alleles in human nuclear chromosomes

Bob Friedman friedmar at biol.sc.edu
Tue May 22 14:50:07 EST 2001

I did a cursory check of Genbank -- would the MHC molecule be useful?

<syzygium at alphalink.com.au> > Has the Human Genome Project, and research on
a wide range of individuals,
> found that humans have few alleles in their nuclear chromosomes compared
> chimpanzees?
> I realise that most of the chimpanzee genome has not yet been sequenced or
> examined in a wide range of individuals, but are any comparisons available
> all?


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