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  • Catalog of all publicly available CGI genomes

    Hello everyone,

    I would like to catalog all available CGI-sequenced whole genomes and exomes in order to see if I can pull together some ethnically matched controls.

    I know of only 2 publicly available sources:

    1. CGI 69 Public Genomes http://www.completegenomics.com/public-data/
    2. PGP genomes https://my.personalgenomes.org/public_genetic_data
    3. CEPH does not appear to have any CGI-sequenced genomes http://www.cephb.fr/en/crb/

    I would love to know if anyone knows of any more publicly available CGI-sequenced genomes that could be used...I will also be calling CGI themselves with the same question.

    I am aware of the thread from 2012 but it does not appear to address my specific question.

    Thank you very much and any help would be greatly appreciated.

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