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Freely available data supporting next generation of human genetic research
Date:6/21/2010

ough Amazon EC2 can be counted in tens of dollars per day compared to the hundreds of thousands of dollars it would cost to purchase the computer infrastructure needed to download and analyze this amount of data locally. Because 1000 Genomes Project data are publicly available from EBI and NCBI, other companies that provide similar computing services are also free to download and provide the data to their clients.

"The 1000 Genomes Project has a simple goal: peer more deeply into the genetic variations of the human genome to understand the genetic contribution to common human diseases," said Eric D Green, MD, PhD, Director of the National Human Genome Research Institute, which provides major funding to the effort. "I am excited about the progress being made on this resource for use by scientists around the world and look forward to seeing what we learn from the next stage of the project."

Consortium researchers are writing a paper that describes the pilot data and the design of the full project that is expected to be published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal later this year.


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