Consortium Releases 2,000 SNPs to Public Databases | GenomeWeb

CHICAGO--The SNP Consortium late last month released 2,279 newly identified single-nucleotide polymorphisms, mapped to their chromosomal locations, for public access. The markers are available through both the consortium's website at and the US National Center for Biotechnology Information SNP database at

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