Personal Genome Project Sees Whole-Genome Sequencing as 'Increasingly a Viable Option' | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

This article was originally published Oct. 14.

Organizers of Harvard Medical School's Personal Genome Project said that as the cost of DNA sequencing declines, they are considering whole-genome sequencing rather than exome sequencing for the second phase of the study, PGP-100.

The project has already added results from the genome of its founder and principal investigator, George Church, to its website, whose genome was recently sequenced by Complete Genomics.

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