SNP Consortium Forges Alliances, Announces Plan to Complete SNP Linkage Map by Year s End | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Aug. 28 – The SNP Consortium announced Tuesday that it had forged agreements with Motorola, Celera, Applied Biosystems, and Rutgers University that would enable it to build a SNP-based linkage map of the human genome by the end of the year.

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