Complete Genomics Shows First Human Sequence Data, Plans to Decode Five Genomes for Broad Institute | GenomeWeb

An earlier version of this article was published Feb. 5.

Complete Genomics said last week that it has signed up the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT to test its human genome sequencing services in a pilot project.

The company, which plans to sequence 1 million human genomes over the next five years, also presented for the first time data from a human genome that it sequenced in house as a proof of concept, and is making these data publicly available.

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