[logo] An STS-Based Map of the Human Genome

Release 12, July 1997, 24,568 STSs

Genetic Maps

The genetic maps displayed at this site now reflect the final Genethon genetic linkage map of the genome published in Nature. The reference for the genetic map is:

Dib, C., et al (1996). A comprehensive genetic map of the human genome based on 5,264 microsatellites. Nature, 380: 152-154.

Introduction

General Searches:

  • Search for a marker by name
  • Search for a marker by Unigene Cluster
  • Search for Mapped Unigene Cluster by Keyword
  • Search for a marker by source
  • Search for a YAC by its address
  • Look Up a Contig by Name
  • View all STSs alphabetically (long!)

  • Radiation Hybrid Maps


    STS Content Maps

    Chromosome: Segment:





    All the Data in Flat Files

  • Data Files Release 12 (July 1997)
  • Data Files Release 11 (October 1996)
  • Data Files Release 10 (May 1996)
  • Data Files Release 9 (December 1995)
  • Data Files Release 8 (September 1995)
  • Data Files Release 7 (May 1995)
  • Data Files Release 6 (March 1995)
  • Data Files Release 5 (February 1995)
  • Data Files Release 4 (January 1995)
  • Data Files Release 3 (July 1994)
  • Data Files Release 2 (April 1994)
  • Data Files Release 1 (December 1993)

  • Other Servers of Interest

  • Transcription Map of the Human Genome (Science 96)
  • CEPH/GENETHON Integrated Map
  • Genethon Human Genetic Map
  • Cooperative Human Linkage Center Genetic Maps
  • Baylor College Genome Center


  • For further information contact:

    humanSTShelp@genome.wi.mit.edu

    Whitehead Institute/MIT Center for Genome Research