23andMe Gives Existing Customers Chance to Get Raw Exome Data for $999 | GenomeWeb

23andMe has launched a pilot program, intended for a limited number of genomics-savvy customers, to provide "personal exome sequencing" for $999.

Unlike its broadly marketed $99 Personal Genome Service – which currently genotypes approximately 1 million SNPs to provide more than 200 reports on peoples' ancestry, their risk for various diseases, and their likelihood to respond to certain drugs – the Exome 80x pilot program will be available only to those who are already using 23andMe's services and will not provide any reports.

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