The presence (+) or absence (−) of six sequences in each of five bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) clones (A–E) is indicated in the following table. Using these markers, put the BAC clones in their correct order and indicate the locations of the numbered sequences within them. Sequences BAC clone 1 2 3 4 5 6 A + − − − + − B − − − + − + C − + + − − − D − − + − + − E + − − + − −

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The presence (+) or absence (−) of six sequences in each of five bacterial
artificial chromosome (BAC) clones (A–E) is indicated in the following
table. Using these markers, put the BAC clones in their correct order and
indicate the locations of the numbered sequences within them.
Sequences
BAC clone 1 2 3 4 5 6
A + − − − + −
B − − − + − +
C − + + − − −
D − − + − + −
E + − − + − −

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