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  • Anyone,who knows"1 million human genomes resequencing project"?

    1 million human genomes resequencing project,it is said that which aims to complete 1 million human genome resequencing by 2016.
    Anyone knows more details?Please tell me or give some links!!thanks a million!

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    No one response me?

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    • #3
      what about a little patience? It was 4:20 AM in Europe when you posted your question!!

      BTW: I've never heard of the 1 Million human genome project

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      • #4
        Probably a BGI initiative. :-)

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          How much to sequence 1 million human genomes in 2016? I have heard current costs for very large amount of sequence as running around $100/billion bases of raw sequence.

          So, currently, presuming all we need is 20x coverage or 60 billion bases per genome -- that would be $6000 per genome.

          Okay, what do we expect raw prices to be in 2016? Maybe 1/10,000ths the price? That would be $600,000 for 1 million genomes. Well, let's throw in another $400,000 for computers and call it an even $1 million. (Just joking about the computational costs...)

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          Phillip

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ulz_peter View Post
            what about a little patience? It was 4:20 AM in Europe when you posted your question!!

            BTW: I've never heard of the 1 Million human genome project
            oh!sorry i just need to collect more information about that . thank you reply!i'm sure The project exist a few month ago.but just a project.i don;t know the further information.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by pmiguel View Post
              How much to sequence 1 million human genomes in 2016? I have heard current costs for very large amount of sequence as running around $100/billion bases of raw sequence.

              So, currently, presuming all we need is 20x coverage or 60 billion bases per genome -- that would be $6000 per genome.

              Okay, what do we expect raw prices to be in 2016? Maybe 1/10,000ths the price? That would be $600,000 for 1 million genomes. Well, let's throw in another $400,000 for computers and call it an even $1 million. (Just joking about the computational costs...)

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              Phillip
              Maybe this is just a project.you know ,just like this kind of huge project.Most of time will call on co-worker from the world.as to the expenses .that's the problem of decision maker.
              aha,thank you give us an accurate calculations about your reason./that's why our decision maker like to do it.because that's the point they want.no one can not finish it but them.
              On the other hand.let's think positive,they maybe expect to collect more genome data for human,that's the real .

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              • #8
                Hey Gone, ease up on the punctuation, please.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ECO View Post
                  Hey Gone, ease up on the punctuation, please.
                  Oh,sorry.i'll care it.

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