Human and Mouse Genomic Sequencing
Our major sequencing efforts are on Human Chromosome 22 in the upper portion of the q-arm (from D22S50 through GNAZ-BCR) using cosmid, bac, fosmid and pac clones mapped by Drs. B. Emanuel and M. Budarf at Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia,
Dr. Heather McDermid at the University of Alberta, and Drs. M. Simon
and Ung-Jin Kim at Cal Tech., in an ongoing collaboration with Drs. J. Sulston, I. Dunham, and collegues at the Sanger Center.
Ian Dunham and collegues at the Sanger Center have developed and
are maintaining an WebAce version of the human chromosome 22 database.
ace22 at the Sanger Center
Other selected sites with information about human chromosome 22
- New Journal: Genome Biology Reviews, reports, highlights and assesses the most significant and important findings in post-genomic biology
We also are sequencing regions of other human and syntenic mouse chromosomes of high biological interest mapped by other collaborators.
In accord with the Bermuda Agreement and NHGRI policy, we are depositing all our human
genomic sequence data into the
High-Throughput Genomic Sequences (HTGS) division of GenBank
as soon as a target large insert clone sequencing project can be assembled
into contigs greater than 2 kb.
View a computer generated listing of all our human and mouse genomic
DNA sequencing projects.
All of the clones sequenced should be available from Research Genetics or the ATCC.
If you cannot obtain them there, please contact me directly
Bruce Roe, firstname.lastname@example.org