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From: Thomas Krahn <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] PubMed abstract: DYS503 (also note on map of Y chromosome)
Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2007 15:13:20 -0600
> When I Googled for information about DYS503, another interesting link popped
> up, with an annotated map of the Y chromosome. The graphics are too small to
> view on the web page -- presumably the article cited is in PDF format, where
> zooming would be possible. This is not a new article -- I posted a link to it
> when it first came out, but I never obtained a copy. Now that I've seen the
> graphics, it's jumped up on my ToDo list.
In deed, Hanson frequently writes some interesting articles on new YSTR
Actually a few weeks ago I have updated some of the synonymous DYS names
on the DNA-fingeprint website according to this list. See
http://www.dna-fingerprint.com/user.php?op=userinfo&uname=thomas for an
example. So whenever somebody starts a discussion on DYS708 you are able
to understand what he really means...
Unfortunately Hanson has forgotten to include the DYF markers in his
study. Maybe somebody has the time to make a database out of this and
publish it on the web.
I think you can get a little bit better quality of the images if you
will open the PNG file in a separate window. Still you will need good
eyes and a high quality monitor to read the letters.
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