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HUGO Introduces Website For Chromosomal Searches

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LONDON--The Human Genome Organization announced that it has launched a new website designed to help researchers conduct chromosomal oriented searches. The site includes links to several chromosome resources, DNA sequencing sites, DNA sequence annotation data, disease loci specific sites, and model organism synteny maps. The page can be reached at http://www.gdb.org/hugo/.

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