Beijing Genomics Institute Signs First Volunteer for Project to Sequence 100 Human Genomes | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The Beijing Genomics Institute said today that it has signed the first volunteer in a project to sequence 100 human genomes.
 
The initiative, called the Yanhuang Project after two ancient emperors who are believed to be the ancestors of the Han ethnic group, will map the genomes of 100 people that it will use to construct a Chinese genetic polymorphism map.
 

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