Next Generation Sequencing: Data sources
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|Personal genomics||Personal genomes|| A project initiated by George M. Church. "... Volunteers who are willing to share their genome sequence and many types of personal information with the research community and the general public, so that together we will be better able to advance our understanding of genetic and environmental contributions to human traits and to improve our ability to diagnose, treat, and prevent illness. ...
... We foresee a day when many individuals will want to get their own genome sequenced so that they may use this information to understand such things as their individual risk profiles for disease, their physical and biological characteristics, and their personal ancestries. To get to this point will require a critical mass of interested users, tools for obtaining and interpreting genome information, and supportive policy, research, and service communities. To catalyze these developments, we launched the Personal Genome Project (PGP). (see also http://www.nature.com/news/2008/081021/full/news.2008.1182.html )
|Sequence centres||Genome Sequencing Consortiums & Centers||A list of major sequence centres|
|Project||1001 genomes project||A Catalog of Arabidopsis thaliana Genetic Variation|
|Project||1000 genomes project||A Deep Catalog of Human Genetic Variation|