Human Genomic Sequencing Project

at the

Max-Planck-Institute for Molecular Genetics


The sequence listed below is being deposited and made available prior to scientific publication, with the aim of advancing biomedical research projects. Certain restrictions apply until the sequence is formally published in the scientific literature by the investigators who produced the data.

Investigators are free to use the unpublished data to assist in specific research projects, with appropriate acknowledgement in any publication. However, in accordance with usual scientific practice, these pre-publication data, having been generated for the express purpose of large scale analysis of chromosomes and genomes, may not be used in any way by others to publish or distribute such analyses without prior approval from the submitting group(s), as well as appropriate acknowledgement.

In addition, note that unfinished sequence is preliminary and subject to update and change. You are encouraged to share your own results with the submitting group(s) in order to ensure that you have the most complete information, and to improve the annotation of the sequence data.


Region :  D21S349 - MX1
  Size : 613 kb 
  Status : finished : AL442166
  Picture :  sequence ready map
Region :  D21S171 - LA161
  Size : 1300 kb
  Status : finished : AJ011930 , AJ239325, AJ239326, AJ011931, AJ239328, AL133492, AL133493, AL133499, AJ011932
  Picture :  sequence ready map
Region :  D21S190
  Size : 315 kb 
  Status : finished : AJ239318, AJ239321, AJ239322
  Picture :  sequence ready map
Region :  D21S189 - LA297
  Size : approx. 7 Mb
  Status : finished : AL109761, AL109762, AL109763, AL109764, AL109765, AL109771, AL157359, AL109772
  Picture :  sequence ready map
  Remark :  This is a shared sequencing project between the MPIMG (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Molekulare Genetik) in Berlin, the IMB (Institut fuer Molekulare Biotechnologie) in Jena and the GBF (Gesellschaft fuer Biotechnologische Forschung) in Braunschweig. 

Dept. Prof. Dr. Hans Lehrach

Max-Planck-Institute for Molecular Genetics

Ihnestr. 73

D-14195 Berlin, Germany

Please send comments or questions to Ralf Sudbrak, Steffen Hennig, Richard Reinhardt