Researchers Discuss 1000 Genomes Progress at ASHG | GenomeWeb

HONOLULU (GenomeWeb News) – Researchers involved in the 1000 Genomes Project are wrapping up their pilot studies and undertaking the main phase of the project: low coverage sequencing of hundreds of genomes each from several different populations, attendees at the American Society of Human Genetics heard here yesterday.

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