Personal Genome Project Posts DNA Info Online The Personal Genome Project is attempting to find 100,000 volunteers to publish their entire genetic makeup — including their physical traits — online. So far, ten individuals have chosen to share their DNA sequences, medical records, and other personal information with the research community and the general public.
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Personal Genome Project Posts DNA Info Online

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Personal Genome Project Posts DNA Info Online

Personal Genome Project Posts DNA Info Online

Personal Genome Project Posts DNA Info Online

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The Personal Genome Project is attempting to find 100,000 volunteers to publish their entire genetic makeup — including their physical traits — online.

So far, ten individuals have chosen to share their DNA sequences, medical records, and other personal information with the research community and the general public.

George M. Church, director of the Personal Genome Project, talks about the attempt to jumpstart complex genetic research by allowing unfettered access to genotype and trait information.