The 1999 Chromosome Committee Reports for the Mouse Genome: Introduction

The 1999 Chromosome Committee Reports for the Mouse Genome: Introduction Chromosome Reports Incorporating Mouse Genome Mammalian Genome 10, 939 (1999). © Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1999 The 1999 Chromosome Committee Reports for the Mouse Genome: Introduction This issue of Mammalian Genome contains a short narrative report opments over the past year are included. Chromosome reports for each of the 21 mouse chromosomes produced by the mouse include a number of hypertext links to other data in the Mouse Chromosome Committees. Committees are constituted from indi- Genome Database (MGD). In particular, locus symbols and refer- viduals whose research focuses on specific chromosomal regions ence accession numbers form active links. Chromosome Commit- or who are interested in contributing their insights and knowledge tees can update their reports as frequently as they wish; therefore, to developing a consensus map of a particular chromosome. These each file contains both the submitter name and date to assist the committees meet regularly at the annual International Mouse Ge- user in assessing the report. nome Conference and are responsible for maintaining the public Additional data views are generated by MGD software. A electronic files summarizing the status of their chromosome. graphical genetic map for each chromosome is available as a post- Complete Chromosome Committee Report files can be viewed script file for printing a high quality map. A Master Locus List is or downloaded from the Mouse Genome Database (MGD) via the also available, generated from the composite of all Reports. This World Wide Web at URL address: alphabetical list facilitates searching for particular loci without having to know their chromosomal location. http://www.informatics.jax.org/bin/ccr/index Chromosome Committee Reports are semi-standardized around Acknowledgments. Mouse Genome Database staff Glenn Colby and Joel a master table (Table 1) of genetic markers that includes data on Richardson were primarily responsible for developing the software to pro- genetic, cytogenetic, and physical position, mapping methods, ho- duce the genetic map figures and the chromosome committee electronic mologies to human, mutations, and references. A variety of addi- submission tools. Support was also provided by Lois Maltais, Janice tional figures and tables and a narrative summarizing new devel- Ormsby, and David Shaw (funded by NHGRI grant HG00330). http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mammalian Genome Springer Journals

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Copyright © 1999 by Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
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Life Sciences; Cell Biology; Animal Genetics and Genomics; Human Genetics
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Chromosome Reports Incorporating Mouse Genome Mammalian Genome 10, 939 (1999). © Springer-Verlag New York Inc. 1999 The 1999 Chromosome Committee Reports for the Mouse Genome: Introduction This issue of Mammalian Genome contains a short narrative report opments over the past year are included. Chromosome reports for each of the 21 mouse chromosomes produced by the mouse include a number of hypertext links to other data in the Mouse Chromosome Committees. Committees are constituted from indi- Genome Database (MGD). In particular, locus symbols and refer- viduals whose research focuses on specific chromosomal regions ence accession numbers form active links. Chromosome Commit- or who are interested in contributing their insights and knowledge tees can update their reports as frequently as they wish; therefore, to developing a consensus map of a particular chromosome. These each file contains both the submitter name and date to assist the committees meet regularly at the annual International Mouse Ge- user in assessing the report. nome Conference and are responsible for maintaining the public Additional data views are generated by MGD software. A electronic files summarizing the status of their chromosome. graphical genetic map for each chromosome is available as a post- Complete Chromosome Committee Report files can be viewed script file for printing a high quality map. A Master Locus List is or downloaded from the Mouse Genome Database (MGD) via the also available, generated from the composite of all Reports. This World Wide Web at URL address: alphabetical list facilitates searching for particular loci without having to know their chromosomal location. http://www.informatics.jax.org/bin/ccr/index Chromosome Committee Reports are semi-standardized around Acknowledgments. Mouse Genome Database staff Glenn Colby and Joel a master table (Table 1) of genetic markers that includes data on Richardson were primarily responsible for developing the software to pro- genetic, cytogenetic, and physical position, mapping methods, ho- duce the genetic map figures and the chromosome committee electronic mologies to human, mutations, and references. A variety of addi- submission tools. Support was also provided by Lois Maltais, Janice tional figures and tables and a narrative summarizing new devel- Ormsby, and David Shaw (funded by NHGRI grant HG00330).

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