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Google Genomics: a cloud computing service, connecting and comparing genomes by the thousands, and soon by the millions, is what’s going to propel medical discoveries for the next decade.
Where would we get our genome sequenced in order to take advantage of this?
You can get your DNA Sequenced at 23andMe.com it costs about $99 US
I already did that, but that isn’t a full sequence and can you really upload a partial to this?
That’s correct… 23andMe only hits common SNPs. I’d be also veru curious to hear of someones actual rubber-meets-the-road experience getting full sequencing done.
I was a bit disappointed they didn’t test some important ones like GSTM1. I would be really curious as to the result of some like that.
23andMe focuses on common SNPs and particular ones associated with disease. Whole genome sequencing is getting cheaper, right now it is close to $2,000. I’m not sure I want google to have my genome info though, lol.