> From: rhubner at hgins.uia.ac.be (Roland H\|bner)
> Subject: cytogenetic databases...
> are there sites on the web where one could e.g. click on human
> chromosome bands and retrieve a list of all known diseases where
> chromosomal changes involving this band have been reported? or is
> searching ONIM, PubMed, etc. only way to obtain such info? Maybe there
> has been more developped on the mouse side than for human chromosomes
> and one could work up with homolgy info from there?
>> Any hint welcome. Thank you very much!
did you search the 'OMIM gene map'?
You enter a position, say '17q11' and you get all the omim records in
that regionn, even things that map to '17cen-q12'
hope this helps,
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