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Methods of biochemical analysis
A few years ago, only a handful of ready-made maps of the human genome existed, and these were low-resolution maps of small areas. Biomedical researchers wishing to localize and clone a disease gene were forced, by and large, to map their region of interest, a time-consuming and painstaking process. This situation has changed dramatically in recent years, and there are now high-quality genome-wide maps of several different types containing tens of thousands of DNA markers. With the pendingdoi:10.1002/0471223921.ch6 fatcat:x4v2e6gl7vc7dn5esov7sanque