A high-resolution radiation hybrid map of the human genome draft sequence

M. Olivier, A. Aggarwal, J. Allen, A. A. Almendras, E. S. Bajorek, E. M. Beasley, S. D. Brady, J. M. Bushard, V. I. Bustos, A. Chu, T. R. Chung, A. De Witte, M. E. Denys, R. Dominguez, N. Y. Fang, B. D. Foster, R. W. Freudenberg, D. Hadley, L. R. Hamilton, T. J. JeffreyL. Kelly, L. Lazzeroni, M. R. Levy, S. C. Lewis, X. Liu, F. J. Lopez, B. Louie, J. P. Marquis, R. A. Martinez, M. K. Matsuura, N. S. Misherghi, J. A. Norton, A. Olshen, S. M. Perkins, A. J. Perou, C. Piercy, M. Piercy, F. Qin, T. Reif, K. Sheppard, V. Shokoohi, G. A. Smick, W. L. Sun, E. A. Stewart, J. Fernando Tejeda, N. M. Tran, T. Trejo, N. T. Vo, S. C.M. Yan, D. L. Zierten, S. Zhao, R. Sachidanandam, B. J. Trask, R. M. Myers, D. R. Cox

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We have constructed a physical map of the human genome by using a panel of 90 whole-genome radiation hybrids (the TNG panel) in conjunction with 40,322 sequence-tagged sites (STSs) derived from random genomic sequences as well as expressed sequences. Of 36,678 STSs on the TNG radiation hybrid map, only 3604 (9.8%) were absent from the unassembled draft sequence of the human genome. Of 20,030 STSs ordered on the TNG map as well as the assembled human genome draft sequence and the Celera assembled human genome sequence, 36% of the STSs had a discrepant order between the working draft sequence and the Celera sequence. The TNG map order was identical to one of the two sequence orders in 60% of these discrepant cases.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1298-1302
Number of pages5
Issue number5507
StatePublished - Feb 16 2001
Externally publishedYes

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