Mammalian Genome 7, S 159-S 175 (1997). " enome 9 Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1997 Kenji Imai* GSF, Forschungszentrum, Institut ftir S~iugetiergenetik, Ingolst~iter Landstr. 1, Neuherberg-85764, Germany Received: 9 August 1996 Introduction D9Hun2 (from 4 to 8), D9Hun3 (from 4 to 8), D9Hun4 (from 12 to 13), D9Hun5 (from 12 to 13), D9Mit169 (from 55 to 56), The structure of the Chromosome 9 Committee Report (CCR9) has D9Mit306 (from 42 to 43), D9Ncvs27 (from 28 to 33), D9Ncvs28 been changed to a large extent since the last publication of CCR9, (from 33 to 46), D9Ncvs29 (from 46 to 53), D9Ncvs30 (from 53 to according to a common format agreed among the chromosome 65), Dagl (from 56 to 60), Htrlb (from 40 to 46) and sg (from 38 committee chairpersons at the tenth International Mouse Genome to 36). The changes for the D9Ncvs loci are due to simple typo- Conference in Paris, held in October 1996. There are two versions graphical errors in the previous CCR9. The change for Htrlb is of CCR9: a printed and an electronic version. The printed version based on the new mapping data by Hasson et al. (35477), placing of CCR9 appears in a special
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