Backed by $300M, China Launches Data-Coordination Node for Human Variome Project | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

China this week officially kicked off its participation in the Human Variome Project — an international effort to create a centralized catalogue of all human disease variants.

At an HVP meeting held in Beijing this week, the Chinese government launched the Human Variome Project Chinese Node, which has committed to providing 25 percent of the effort required to complete the resource.

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