BAC/PAC collection

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BAC - 1p BAC - 1q BAC - 2p BAC - 2q
BAC - 3p BAC - 3q BAC - 4 BAC - 5
BAC - 6 BAC - 7 BAC - 8 BAC - 9
BAC - 10 BAC - 11 BAC - 12 BAC - 13
BAC - 14 BAC - 15 BAC - 16 BAC - 17
BAC - 18 BAC - 19 BAC - 20 BAC - 21
BAC - 22 BAC - X BAC - Y  
   

Most of the BAC/PAC clones comes from libraries contructed by P. de Jong (see BAC/PAC libraries, Children's Hospital, Oakland Res. Institute).

Frengen, E., Weichenhan, D., Zhao, B., Osoegawa, K., van Geel, M. and de Jong, P.J. (1999). A modular, positive selection bacterial artificial chromosome vector with multiple cloning sites.Genomics 58:250-253. 

Osoegawa, K., Mammoser, A.G., Wu, C., Frengen, E., Zeng, C., Catanese, J.J. and de Jong, PJ. (2001). A bacterial artificial chromosome library for sequencing the complete human genome. Genome Res. 11:483-496.

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List of all YACs in numerical order with mapping data

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