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Congratulations on Reaching the $1000 Genome


August 6, 2012 | For all intents and purposes, argues David Dooling, we have already achieved the $1,000 human genome. Compared to $1 billion or spent on the first human genome, the difference between $1,000 and $5,000 is just a rounding error. The cost of sequencing a human genome has fallen into the range of an expensive vacation, i. e., there are people who at present are getting their genomes sequencing for recreational purposes. "So, congratulations, we did it!" PolITigenomics
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