Team Publishes Paper on 10K Vertebrate Species Sample Collection Effort | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – In anticipation of whole-genome sequencing and analysis studies to come, an international team is assembling a collection of samples representing more than 10,000 vertebrate species.

The group, which calls itself the "Genome 10K Community of Scientists" or G10KCOS, described the effort in a white paper that's scheduled to appear online tomorrow in the Journal of Heredity.

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