Instructions for "Do It Yourself Clone Map for Mac Users"
Genetic information about a chromosome location (eg clones, deletions or
rearrangement breakpoints, transcript units) is often easier to comprehend
from a graph than a table. A program ("Genedraw") to convert the clone list
table to a graph showing clone locations along the salivary gland
chromosome map is located on Gopher at Indiana University at
Flybase/clones/ucla.genemap. Documentation is available in this folder as
The genedraw program is located within the ucla.genemap folder as a Binhex
compressed file. You will have to decompress it using the trademarked
program StuffIt. Instructions for this are in the readme file. Also in the
folder are the file genedraw.data, and the necessary files genefix,
kb4band, and newkb. These must be saved under the names genefix.txt,
kb4band.txt and newkb.txt for genedraw to work.
In the future, Clonelist and Genedraw.data will be updated together.
Comments and questions, please, to JMERRIAM at cognet.UCLA.edu.