SNP Consortium Puts 2,772 Polymorphisms on the Map | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 24-The SNP Consortium announced today that it has finished a genome-wide human linkage map that pinpoints the location of nearly 3,000 common single nucleotide polymorphisms.


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