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by Waterston, Robert H and Lindblad-Toh, Kerstin and Birney, Ewan and Rogers, Jane and Abril, Josep F and Agarwal, Pankaj and Agarwala, Richa and Ainscough, Rachel and Alexandersson, Marina and An, Peter and Antonarakis, Stylianos E and Attwood, John and Baertsch, Robert and Bailey, Jonathon and Barlow, Karen and Beck, Stephan and Berry, Eric and Birren, Bruce and Bloom, Toby and Bork, Peer and Botcherby, Marc and Bray, Nicolas and Brent, Michael R and Brown, Daniel G and Brown, Stephen D and Bult, Carol and Burton, John and Butler, Jonathan and Campbell, Robert D and Carninci, Piero and Cawley, Simon and Chiaromonte, Francesca and Chinwalla, Asif T and Church, Deanna M and Clamp, Michele and Clee, Christopher and Collins, Francis S and Cook, Lisa L and Copley, Richard R and Coulson, Alan and Couronne, Olivier and Cuff, James and Curwen, Val and Cutts, Tim and Daly, Mark and David, Robert and Davies, Joy and Delehaunty, Kimberly D and Deri, Justin and Dermitzakis, Emmanouil T and Dewey, Colin and Dickens, Nicholas J and Diekhans, Mark and Dodge, Sheila and Dubchak, Inna and Dunn, Diane M and Eddy, Sean R and Elnitski, Laura and Emes, Richard D and Eswara, Pallavi and Eyras, Eduardo and Felsenfeld, Adam and Fewell, Ginger A and Flicek, Paul and Foley, Karen and Frankel, Wayne N and Fulton, Lucinda A and Fulton, Robert S and Furey, Terrence S and Gage, Diane and Gibbs, Richard A and Glusman, Gustavo and Gnerre, Sante and Goldman, Nick and Goodstadt, Leo and Grafham, Darren and Graves, Tina A and Green, Eric D and Gregory, Simon and Guigó, Roderic and Guyer, Mark and Hardison, Ross C and Haussler, David and Hayashizaki, Yoshihide and LaHillier, Deana W and Hinrichs, Angela and Hlavina, Wratko and Holzer, Timothy and Hsu, Fan and Hua, Axin and Hubbard, Tim and Hunt, Adrienne and Jackson, Ian and Jaffe, David B and Johnson, L. Steven and Jones, Matthew and Jones, Thomas A and Joy, Ann and Kamal, Michael and Karlsson, Elinor K and ... and Mouse Genome Sequencing Consortium and Mouse Genome Sequencing Consor and Joint Genome Institute (JGI) and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Department of Mathematical Statistics and Institutionen för matematisk statistik and Faculty of Sciences and Göteborgs universitet and Gothenburg University
Nature (London), ISSN 1476-4687, 2002, Volume 420, Issue 6915, pp. 520 - 562
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by Frazer, Kelly A and Ballinger, Dennis G and Cox, David R and Hinds, David A and Stuve, Laura L and Gibbs, Richard A and Belmont, John W and Boudreau, Andrew and Hardenbol, Paul and Leal, Suzanne M and Pasternak, Shiran and Wheeler, David A and Willis, Thomas D and Yu, Fuli and Yang, Huanming and Zeng, Changqing and Gao, Yang and Hu, Haoran and Hu, Weitao and Li, Chaohua and Lin, Wei and Liu, Siqi and Pan, Hao and Tang, Xiaoli and Wang, Jian and Wang, Wei and Yu, Jun and Zhang, Bo and Zhang, Qingrun and Zhao, Hongbin and Zhao, Hui and Zhou, Jun and Gabriel, Stacey B and Barry, Rachel and Blumenstiel, Brendan and Camargo, Amy and Defelice, Matthew and Faggart, Maura and Goyette, Mary and Gupta, Supriya and Moore, Jamie and Nguyen, Huy and Onofrio, Robert C and Parkin, Melissa and Roy, Jessica and Stahl, Erich and Winchester, Ellen and Ziaugra, Liuda and Altshuler, David and Shen, Yan and Yao, Zhijian and Huang, Wei and Chu, Xun and He, Yungang and Jin, Li and Liu, Yangfan and Shen, Yayun and Sun, Weiwei and Wang, Haifeng and Wang, Yi and Wang, Ying and Xiong, Xiaoyan and Xu, Liang and Waye, Mary M. Y and Tsui, Stephen K. W and Xue, Hong and Wong, J. Tze-Fei and Galver, Luana M and Fan, Jian-Bing and Gunderson, Kevin and Murray, Sarah S and Oliphant, Arnold R and Chee, Mark S and Montpetit, Alexandre and Chagnon, Fanny and Ferretti, Vincent and Leboeuf, Martin and Olivier, Jean-François and Phillips, Michael S and Roumy, Stéphanie and Sallée, Clémentine and Verner, Andrei and Hudson, Thomas J and Kwok, Pui-Yan and Cai, Dongmei and Koboldt, Daniel C and Miller, Raymond D and Pawlikowska, Ludmila and Taillon-Miller, Patricia and Xiao, Ming and Tsui, Lap-Chee and Mak, William and You, Qiang Song and Tam, Paul K. H and Nakamura, Yusuke and Kawaguchi, Takahisa and Kitamoto, Takuya and Morizono, Takashi and Nagashima, Atsushi and Ohnishi, Yozo and ... and The International HapMap Consortium and Int HapMap Consortium and International HapMap Consortium
Nature (London), ISSN 1476-4687, 2007, Volume 449, Issue 7164, pp. 851 - 861
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by Belmont, John W and Boudreau, Andrew and Leal, Suzanne M and Hardenbol, Paul and Pasternak, Shiran and Wheeler, David A and Willis, Thomas D and Yu, Fuli and Yang, Huanming and Gao, Yang and Hu, Haoran and Hu, Weitao and Li, Chaohua and Lin, Wei and Liu, Siqi and Pan, Hao and Tang, Xiaoli and Wang, Jian and Wang, Wei and Yu, Jun and Zhang, Bo and Zhang, Qingrun and Zhao, Hongbin and Zhou, Jun and Barry, Rachel and Blumenstiel, Brendan and Camargo, Amy and Defelice, Matthew and Faggart, Maura and Goyette, Mary and Gupta, Supriya and Moore, Jamie and Nguyen, Huy and Parkin, Melissa and Roy, Jessica and Stahl, Erich and Winchester, Ellen and Altshuler, David and Shen, Yan and Yao, Zhijian and Huang, Wei and Chu, Xun and He, Yungang and Jin, Li and Liu, Yangfan and Shen, Yayun and Sun, Weiwei and Wang, Haifeng and Wang, Yi and Wang, Ying and Xiong, Xiaoyan and Xu, Liang and Waye, Mary M. Y and Tsui, Stephen K. W and Xue, Hong and Wong, J. Tze-Fei and Galver, Launa M and Fan, Jian-Bing and Murray, Sarah S and Oliphant, Arnold R and Chee, Mark S and Montpetit, Alexandre and Chagnon, Fanny and Ferretti, Vincent and Leboeuf, Martin and Olivier, Jean-François and Phillips, Michael S and Roumy, Stéphanie and Sallée, Clémentine and Verner, Andrei and Hudson, Thomas J and Frazer, Kelly A and Ballinger, Dennis G and Cox, David R and Hinds, David A and Stuve, Laura L and Kwok, Pui-Yan and Cai, Dongmei and Koboldt, Daniel C and Miller, Raymond D and Pawlikowska, Ludmila and Taillon-Miller, Patricia and Xiao, Ming and Tsui, Lap-Chee and Mak, William and Sham, Pak C and Song, You Qiang and Tam, Paul K. H and Nakamura, Yusuke and Kawaguchi, Takahisa and Kitamoto, Takuya and Morizono, Takashi and Nagashima, Atsushi and Ohnishi, Yozo and Sekine, Akihiro and Tanaka, Toshihiro and Deloukas, Panos and Bird, Christine P and Delgado, Marcos and Dermitzakis, Emmanouil T and ... and unav and Int HapMap Consortium and International HapMap Consortium and The International HapMap Consortium
Nature (London), ISSN 1476-4687, 2005, Volume 437, Issue 7063, pp. 1299 - 1320
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