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MIT's Technology Review speaks with Knome's Jorge Conde about his company's $100,000 service, down from $350,000 when it launched in 2007. Conde doesn't say how many people Knome has sequenced but does note that 80 percent have been men in their mid-50s and that many customers are from outside the US. Sequencing is done at the Beijing Genomics Institute, then analyzed at Knome, and given to the customer on a USB drive during a day-long meeting.

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