454, Baylor Complete Sequence of Watson's Genome; Cost Breaks $1M Mark | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — 454 Life Sciences and the Human Genome Sequencing Center at Baylor College have finished sequencing, verifying, and annotating the genome of James Watson, the partners said today.
 
The project took two months and cost less than $1 million, the first human genome to break the $1 million mark, the company and the school said. 454 handled the sequencing and BCM verified and interpreted the data, Baylor said.
 

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