Mammalian Genome 8, S180-S199 (1998). Mammalian enOllle Incorporating Mouse Genome 9 Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1998 Shigeharu Wakana, 1 Kenji Imai 2'* ~Molecular Analysis Unit, Central Institute for Experimental Animals, 1430 Nogawa, Miyamae-ward, Kawasaki 216, Japan 2GSF-National Research Center for Environment and Health, Institute of Mammalian Genetics, Ingolst~dter Landstrasse 1, D-85764 Neuherberg, Germany Received: 3 December 1997 Introduction D9Hrbl (from 65 to 73), D9Mit160 (from 4 to 6), DgMit33 (from 50 to 52), D9Mit88 (from 8 to 12), D9Mit284 (from 9 to 11), The structure of the Chromosome 9 Committee Report (CCR9) is DgNcvs53 (from 48 to 50), D9Sell (from 30 to 28), Dagl (from 60 based on a common format agreed upon among the chromosome to 56), Glclc (from S to 42), Myd118 (from S to 60), Pk3 (from 36 committee chairpersons at the eleventh International Mouse Ge- to 52), Rbpl (from 50 to 52), Tcf12 (from 40 to 42), and Snrp2b- nome Conference in Florida, held in October 1997. There are two rs2 (from 12 to 8). versions of CCR9: a printed and an electronic version of CCR9. The printed version of CCR9 appears in this special issue of Mam- Notes for the files available in the
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