New Venter Center Study Aims to Map 10K Human Genomes in 10 Years | GenomeWeb
SAN DIEGO (GenomeWeb News) — The J. Craig Venter Institute plans to launch a large-scale human genome sequencing study that aims to map approximately 10,000 genomes within the next decade, a JCVI scientist said this week.

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