All posts tagged with Personal Genome Project

Finding the scary genes

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John Lauerman reports in BusinessWeek on his experience participating in the Personal Genome Project:

Genomes to the people

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Misha Angrist has written a strong guest post at Daniel MacArthur’s “Genetic Future”, taking a clear stand in favor of disclosure of genetic information from...

Genomes unzipped, ancestry revealed

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Last week I linked to Genomes Unzipped participant Joe Pickrell (“Ancestry unzipped”), who was working through the ancestry calculations that made his genome...

Whole genome action

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Daniel MacArthur writes a thoughtful summary of a new study of the DNA of Stephen Quake: “What can you learn from a whole genome sequence?”

The Church of personal genomics

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I complained mightily about the problems I had getting George Church’s essay (“The Genome Generation”). Church is the major organizer of the Personal Genome ...

Is your genome worth guarding?

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Katrina Voss wrote in New Scientist a couple of weeks ago: “Your genome isn’t that precious – give it away”. After discussing legislative efforts to provide ...