WHITEHEAD INSTITUTE/MIT CENTER FOR GENOME RESEARCH
HUMAN GENOMIC MAPPING PROJECT
DATA RELEASE 11.9 (MAY 1997)
An update to the eleventh release of data from the Human Physical Mapping
Project at the Whitehead Institute/MIT Genome Center, covering data
generated through the end of April, 1997, is now available.
This data release contains radiation hybrid screening data for 14,308
sequence tagged sites (STSs) screened on the Genebridge4 Panel. This
represents an additional 1,700 mapped ESTs since the October, 1996
release. Our current integrated map contains 11722 ESTs and 24230
The data is available electronically in two ways.
ANONYMOUS FTP: The entire data release is available as a set of
Microsoft Excel files and tab-delimited ascii files on our ftp
server. Using an ftp client (such as "Fetch" on the Macintosh),
Use "anonymous" as your user name, and give your e-mail address as
your password. The data files are present in the directory
The contents are as follows:
10-96.INTRO.html Introduction to the data release
10-96.STS.DATA.txt STS mapping data as tab-delimited text.
10-96.ALIASES.txt Cross reference of STS names.
rhmap/ Radiation hybrid maps.
The data is also available in compressed form using the gzip program.
THE WORLD-WIDE WEB: You will need a World Wide Web client such as
Mosaic (Unix, MS-Windows and Macintosh) or MacWeb (Macintosh).
Instruct your client to connect to