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  • Is 1000 genome project dead?

    G1K have had pilot data up on their website for a few years now, but it appears that they still haven't published any genomes beyond the pilots. When I look at browser.1000genomes.org and display resequencing data, it shows sequence for the two pilot trios (6 genomes) and nothing more. Is that all there is?

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    No, its not dead. Having heard about it at seminars and workshops, I think the answer is simply that may be all the data published so far.

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      Not dead yet. But I presume hapmap is dead now???

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        1000 genomes really isn't dead look at both http://www.1000genomes.org and browser.1000genomes.org to see that

        Hapmap has stopped producing new data and is no longer state of the art but the info is all still available from their website

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