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Tag: Whole Genome Sequencing
6 Reasons Why Healthy Genomes Should Be Sequenced
The ultimate genetic test Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) is considered ‘the ultimate genetic test’  as it is of timeless […]
Impressions from Genomics England Clinical Interpretation Partnership Open Meeting
I had the privilege to attend the first Genomics England Clinical Interpretation Partnership (GeCIP) Open Meeting. The room was absolutely […]
[Crowdfunding Genome Project] Day 3: First YouTube Video Released!
Here I explain the purpose, objectives and plans for the Crowdfunding Genome Project. In brief, this project’s most important contribution […]
[Crowdfunding Genome Project] Day 2: BGI Officially Agrees Sequencing
We are delighted to announce that the BGI has kindly agreed to do the whole genome resequencing of the Corpas family (5 […]
Crowdfunding Family Genome Sequencing Campaign Day 1: $330 USD Raised!
A Plea to Make Personal Genomics More Accessible to Everyone Lots of companies are investing in personal genomics. This field […]
Donations Sought For Whole Genome Sequencing: 40 Days To Go!
I intended to post this crowdfunding proposal into Kickstarter, but unfortunately, one needs to have US residency and an US […]
[Guest Post] Making Genetic Testing Results Available for the Public
Bastian Greshake is cofounder of openSNP, a recently launched open source project whose aim is to collect the genotypes from […]
Genomic Technologies in the Clinic: Challenges and Opportunities
Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) offers the promise of revolutionizing our ability to diagnose genetic disorders. Fuelled by the exponential decrease […]