Venter Institute Increasing Human Reference Genome by 3x; Will It Empower Genomic Research? | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Dec. 16 (GenomeWeb News) - The J. Craig Venter Institute's Joint Technology Center has been working to complete a roughly 3x additional coverage of Celera's human genome, which, if published, could be used as a reference genome for SNP studies and other comparisons against the sequence generated by the Human Genome Project, GenomeWeb News has learned.

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