The first fully public female human genome: Rosalynn Gill

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<p><span style="FONT-SIZE: larger"><font size="4">[[Image:Woman 4.gif]]&nbsp; </font><font size="5">Dr. Rosalynn Gill is the first publically available female human genome</font><font size="4"> </font></span></p>
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<p><span style="font-size:22px">The first female human genome: Rosalynn Gill</span></p>
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<p><span style="font-size:larger">[[Image:Woman 4.gif]]&nbsp; Dr. Rosalynn Gill is the first publically available female human genome </span></p>
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<p>Fully sequenced in March and analyzed in April 2010.</p>
<p>Fully sequenced in March and analyzed in April 2010.</p>
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<p>Theragen BiO Institute analyzed her genome.</p>
<p>Theragen BiO Institute analyzed her genome.</p>
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<p>The data are available from:</p>
<p>The data are available from:</p>
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<p>ftp://bioftp.org/BiO/Store/Genome/PGP/PGP9/</p>
<p>ftp://bioftp.org/BiO/Store/Genome/PGP/PGP9/</p>
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<p>Sequenced and Analyzed by Jong Bhak group for PGP.</p>
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<p>- Theragen <br />
 
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Latest revision as of 05:42, 10 September 2017

The first female human genome: Rosalynn Gill

Woman 4.gif  Dr. Rosalynn Gill is the first publically available female human genome

Fully sequenced in March and analyzed in April 2010.

Theragen BiO Institute analyzed her genome.

The data are available from:

ftp://bioftp.org/BiO/Store/Genome/PGP/PGP9/

 

Sequenced and Analyzed by Jong Bhak group for PGP.

 

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