Personalized Genetics: On the train again
I’ve got a huge backlog now, but will try to keep sharing interesting genetic articles and posts with you regularly. So here is this week’s collection:
- One of the main issues in the blogosphere is the 1000$ genome, the aim is to let everyone access their genomic data for 1000$. We thought we could reach that goal in the next couple of years, but according to Blaine Bettinger’s post, it might be done by the end of 2009.
The Genomic Revolution and the Future of Medicine and Health: A nice lecture about an essential subject
- Do you have any idea how much your genome will cost? Mailund on the Internet has a great post with graphs.
- Do you remember the post Steve Murphy wrote and my thoughts on how Brin helped promoting his wife’s genetic service? Sergey Brin just misanalysed his genomic data. Now Sandra Porter tells us more about the molecular details.
- History of family genetics on video: