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Human Genome News, Mar.-Apr. 1995; 6(6)

CEPH Genotype Database Downloads to PC and UNIX via Ftp

The CEPH database of genotypes for all genetic markers tested in the reference families [Genomics 6, 575-77 (1990)] can be downloaded for PC and UNIX via ftp (ftp ftp.cephb.fr) from the directory pub/ceph_genotype_db). V7.1 includes genotypes for some 6000 genetic markers (over 2500 of which are microsatellite markers), pairwise LOD scores between marker loci on the same chromosome, and database-management programs. The server also contains databases for published CEPH consortium maps.

HGMIS staff

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