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Costs Falling Swiftly for Whole Genome Sequence

CEO SUMMARY: Several companies want to be first to achieve the holy grail in sequencing: an accurate whole human genome sequence produced in an hour for $1,000. Complete Genomics announced earlier this month that it could sequence the full human genome for a materials cost of $4,400 (not …

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Genome Sequencing Promises to be Disruptive

EVERYONE SHOULD CAREFULLY READ OUR LEAD STORY ON THE FACING PAGE. Titled “Rapid Gene Sequencing Predicted by Mid-2009,” it is a revealing look at the declaration of California-based Complete Genetics that, in less than eight months, it will begin delivering full human genome sequ…

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Rapid Genome Sequencing Predicted by Mid-2009

CEO SUMMARY: In the same way that the Human Genome Project was disrupted by the entry of C. Craig Venter and Perkin-Elmer in what was then a 15-year, $3 billion project, now Complete Genetics of Mountain View, California, is disrupting the race to the $1,000 human genome sequence. Develop…

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Complete Human DNA Profiling as a STAT Test

MOST OF YOU ARE UNFAMILIAR WITH A NEW SCIENTIFIC PRIZE that is in the planning stage. On January 27, The Wall Street Journal published a story that disclosed the plans of the X Prize Foundation to award a prize, totaling between $5 million and $20 million, to the team that first deco…

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