PGP to Publish Initial Data Sets Next Month As Church Predicts $1,000 Genome in 2009 | GenomeWeb
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Harvard Medical School’s Personal Genome Project expects to publish initial data from its first 10 participants on its website in late October, according to George Church, the project's principal investigator.
 
Data from the study, which aims to gather and correlate genomic and phenotypic information from thousands of individuals, will include DNA sequence information on 50,000 exons.
 

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