Personal Genome Project Kicks Off With 10 Volunteers; Full-Scale Effort to Begin Shortly | GenomeWeb
The first phase of George Church’s Personal Genome Project is underway. Earlier this month, the last of the first ten volunteers had his blood drawn for the project, which aims to sequence all the exons — or about 1 percent of the genome — of these individuals and correlate their sequence information with their medical records and other phenotypic information.

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