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  1. (hist) ‎Desmond Tutu talks about his genome ‎[0 bytes]
  2. (hist) ‎Faroe island nation genome project ‎[0 bytes]
  3. (hist) ‎Theragen BiO Institute ‎[0 bytes]
  4. (hist) ‎Count2 ‎[1 byte]
  5. (hist) ‎Count3 ‎[1 byte]
  6. (hist) ‎Count ‎[7 bytes]
  7. (hist) ‎Publish ‎[8 bytes]
  8. (hist) ‎Genomics.nl ‎[23 bytes]
  9. (hist) ‎Genome Analysis ‎[30 bytes]
  10. (hist) ‎Eukaryote genomes ‎[31 bytes]
  11. (hist) ‎Genomics Papers ‎[47 bytes]
  12. (hist) ‎Mitochondrial Genomics ‎[47 bytes]
  13. (hist) ‎Science News Sites ‎[49 bytes]
  14. (hist) ‎Genomics academic societies ‎[50 bytes]
  15. (hist) ‎Autogenomics ‎[52 bytes]
  16. (hist) ‎The first Tiger Genome ‎[57 bytes]
  17. (hist) ‎Biowiki project ‎[57 bytes]
  18. (hist) ‎JCVI ‎[59 bytes]
  19. (hist) ‎KOBIC ‎[60 bytes]
  20. (hist) ‎Potato genome draft announced ‎[63 bytes]
  21. (hist) ‎Genome 10k Project ‎[64 bytes]
  22. (hist) ‎Genome Count ‎[65 bytes]
  23. (hist) ‎Genomics history ‎[66 bytes]
  24. (hist) ‎SeqAnswers.com ‎[66 bytes]
  25. (hist) ‎Genomics.co.uk ‎[67 bytes]
  26. (hist) ‎Genomics company ‎[67 bytes]
  27. (hist) ‎Korean Genome Organization Meeting in Korea Jan. 14/15th Yong Pyung Ski resort ‎[68 bytes]
  28. (hist) ‎EIMBL workshop on the Impact of Personal Genomics on Bioscience ‎[68 bytes]
  29. (hist) ‎Arabidopsis genome ‎[69 bytes]
  30. (hist) ‎Korean Genome Organization ‎[70 bytes]
  31. (hist) ‎Soap ‎[71 bytes]
  32. (hist) ‎Sequencing assembly program ‎[74 bytes]
  33. (hist) ‎Genome alignement programs ‎[75 bytes]
  34. (hist) ‎Heliscope ‎[75 bytes]
  35. (hist) ‎N Engl J Med ‎[76 bytes]
  36. (hist) ‎Specific Omics ‎[79 bytes]
  37. (hist) ‎Theragen ‎[79 bytes]
  38. (hist) ‎Japanese Genomics ‎[84 bytes]
  39. (hist) ‎Transcriptome ‎[89 bytes]
  40. (hist) ‎Genomics Images ‎[89 bytes]
  41. (hist) ‎Genomic ethics ‎[89 bytes]
  42. (hist) ‎Transcriptome service company ‎[94 bytes]
  43. (hist) ‎Bird genome ‎[94 bytes]
  44. (hist) ‎The first mammoth genome ‎[96 bytes]
  45. (hist) ‎Brief history of genomics ‎[97 bytes]
  46. (hist) ‎Genomics Glossary ‎[98 bytes]
  47. (hist) ‎Science Magazine Functional Genomics Portal ‎[101 bytes]
  48. (hist) ‎Soybean genome, G. max data publicized ‎[105 bytes]
  49. (hist) ‎Yeast Genome ‎[109 bytes]
  50. (hist) ‎Pulmogenomics ‎[109 bytes]
  51. (hist) ‎Hepatogenomics ‎[113 bytes]
  52. (hist) ‎History of Genomes ‎[114 bytes]
  53. (hist) ‎Jason Bobe ‎[114 bytes]
  54. (hist) ‎Plant genomes ‎[114 bytes]
  55. (hist) ‎Genomics Meetings ‎[115 bytes]
  56. (hist) ‎Genomic Art ‎[117 bytes]
  57. (hist) ‎Genome Size ‎[120 bytes]
  58. (hist) ‎Gastrogenomics ‎[124 bytes]
  59. (hist) ‎Genomics books ‎[126 bytes]
  60. (hist) ‎DOE Genomics ‎[130 bytes]
  61. (hist) ‎BiO Center ‎[135 bytes]
  62. (hist) ‎Exome sequencing ‎[137 bytes]
  63. (hist) ‎C. elegans Genomics ‎[138 bytes]
  64. (hist) ‎Theragen Inc. launched a personal genome typing service similar to 23andme's. However, the product was withheld due to legal issues. ‎[139 bytes]
  65. (hist) ‎Genomics basics ‎[141 bytes]
  66. (hist) ‎Viewing your genetics family ‎[143 bytes]
  67. (hist) ‎Post genomics era ‎[144 bytes]
  68. (hist) ‎Grape genome ‎[145 bytes]
  69. (hist) ‎HelloGene ‎[148 bytes]
  70. (hist) ‎Rice Genome at BGI China ‎[150 bytes]
  71. (hist) ‎BiO Centre ‎[152 bytes]
  72. (hist) ‎Genome History ‎[153 bytes]
  73. (hist) ‎Immunogenomics ‎[153 bytes]
  74. (hist) ‎$5000 dollar genome sequencing ‎[154 bytes]
  75. (hist) ‎Your writing contribution to Genomics ‎[160 bytes]
  76. (hist) ‎Turkey genome ‎[160 bytes]
  77. (hist) ‎테라젠바이오연구소 ‎[160 bytes]
  78. (hist) ‎Points to consider before consenting on genome and exome sequencing ‎[164 bytes]
  79. (hist) ‎Agilent Genomics ‎[166 bytes]
  80. (hist) ‎Genomics Centers ‎[168 bytes]
  81. (hist) ‎The first Orangutan genome ‎[170 bytes]
  82. (hist) ‎Bioftp.org ‎[173 bytes]
  83. (hist) ‎Genome database ‎[174 bytes]
  84. (hist) ‎Genome Imprint ‎[177 bytes]
  85. (hist) ‎External Genomics Glossary ‎[177 bytes]
  86. (hist) ‎Genomics market reports ‎[177 bytes]
  87. (hist) ‎Physiological Genomics ‎[182 bytes]
  88. (hist) ‎Mammogenomics ‎[183 bytes]
  89. (hist) ‎The principle of univeral genome ‎[186 bytes]
  90. (hist) ‎Air genomics ‎[187 bytes]
  91. (hist) ‎You, us, and the future generations ‎[192 bytes]
  92. (hist) ‎How to contribute to this Human Genome Rights Declaration? ‎[192 bytes]
  93. (hist) ‎Opinion on Genomics ‎[193 bytes]
  94. (hist) ‎2009 Genomics Meetings ‎[195 bytes]
  95. (hist) ‎Genomics PPT and PDF presentation files ‎[197 bytes]
  96. (hist) ‎Personal Genomics Project ‎[198 bytes]
  97. (hist) ‎Compare your genome with other people's ‎[199 bytes]
  98. (hist) ‎Genome sequencing and genomics ‎[201 bytes]
  99. (hist) ‎Insect genomics ‎[204 bytes]
  100. (hist) ‎GenomeFoundation.org ‎[204 bytes]
  101. (hist) ‎BGI Animal and Plant Genome Sequencing Outline ‎[207 bytes]
  102. (hist) ‎BioEngine ‎[209 bytes]
  103. (hist) ‎Genomics Projects ‎[209 bytes]
  104. (hist) ‎Species Specific Genomics ‎[216 bytes]
  105. (hist) ‎Genomics Methods ‎[217 bytes]
  106. (hist) ‎Genome compression ‎[221 bytes]
  107. (hist) ‎Methanococcus jannaschii ‎[226 bytes]
  108. (hist) ‎Microbial geonmics ‎[227 bytes]
  109. (hist) ‎Jonathan Rothberg leaves Life Technologies ‎[230 bytes]
  110. (hist) ‎Genome Projects ‎[231 bytes]
  111. (hist) ‎Genome Business ‎[231 bytes]
  112. (hist) ‎Spam keywords ‎[234 bytes]
  113. (hist) ‎Portable genomics ‎[236 bytes]
  114. (hist) ‎Scripps, Sanofi Personalized Medicine Pact to Focus Initial PGx Research on Diabetes, Aging ‎[237 bytes]
  115. (hist) ‎Yeastgenome.org ‎[242 bytes]
  116. (hist) ‎BioLeader ‎[246 bytes]
  117. (hist) ‎Ryan Gregory, Canada ‎[247 bytes]
  118. (hist) ‎KOGO ‎[252 bytes]
  119. (hist) ‎Theragen Inc. in Korea launches commercial full genome and SNP chip personal genome service. The first in Asia ‎[258 bytes]
  120. (hist) ‎Sequence ‎[259 bytes]
  121. (hist) ‎Climate genomics ‎[262 bytes]
  122. (hist) ‎AA Composition ‎[263 bytes]
  123. (hist) ‎Free Genome Project ‎[264 bytes]
  124. (hist) ‎SNP chip ‎[264 bytes]
  125. (hist) ‎Nature Genetics ‎[266 bytes]
  126. (hist) ‎Short read nucleotide sequence mapping algorithms ‎[271 bytes]
  127. (hist) ‎The second Korean pesonal genome was sequenced by a Korean team and analyzed by US researchers ‎[273 bytes]
  128. (hist) ‎DNA reads ‎[274 bytes]
  129. (hist) ‎BGI ‎[275 bytes]
  130. (hist) ‎Genomics Organization ‎[276 bytes]
  131. (hist) ‎Biomatics ‎[277 bytes]
  132. (hist) ‎Genome Foundation ‎[277 bytes]
  133. (hist) ‎Cow genome ‎[278 bytes]
  134. (hist) ‎Affymax Research Institute ‎[283 bytes]
  135. (hist) ‎Diagnomics ‎[286 bytes]
  136. (hist) ‎Human Genomics ‎[287 bytes]
  137. (hist) ‎Dog genome ‎[288 bytes]
  138. (hist) ‎Oncogenomics ‎[290 bytes]
  139. (hist) ‎What is the DNA sequencing process? ‎[290 bytes]
  140. (hist) ‎Genome Research ‎[291 bytes]
  141. (hist) ‎Insect genome ‎[294 bytes]
  142. (hist) ‎Pathway Genomics ‎[297 bytes]
  143. (hist) ‎Soybean genomics ‎[299 bytes]
  144. (hist) ‎Ecogenomics ‎[301 bytes]
  145. (hist) ‎Environe ‎[302 bytes]
  146. (hist) ‎Bioinformatics Wiki Site ‎[307 bytes]
  147. (hist) ‎Dinosaurus genome project ‎[310 bytes]
  148. (hist) ‎Genomic medicine ‎[320 bytes]
  149. (hist) ‎Open Gene Access ‎[325 bytes]
  150. (hist) ‎The first African Genome ‎[325 bytes]
  151. (hist) ‎Sophia Smithe ‎[326 bytes]
  152. (hist) ‎BioPipelines ‎[328 bytes]
  153. (hist) ‎Tiger Genome ‎[329 bytes]
  154. (hist) ‎Genomics.org ‎[336 bytes]
  155. (hist) ‎Free genome project FAQ ‎[337 bytes]
  156. (hist) ‎What is DNA sequencing? ‎[339 bytes]
  157. (hist) ‎Neanderthal genome sequeced by MPI Germany and Roche ‎[342 bytes]
  158. (hist) ‎Close but distinct species genomics ‎[348 bytes]
  159. (hist) ‎Pangenomics ‎[354 bytes]
  160. (hist) ‎The first public female genome, Rosalynn Gill's was released ‎[367 bytes]
  161. (hist) ‎Phene ‎[367 bytes]
  162. (hist) ‎Stanford Genomics Resources ‎[368 bytes]
  163. (hist) ‎BioComputing ‎[374 bytes]
  164. (hist) ‎The first Korean Genome Sequence analysis ‎[375 bytes]
  165. (hist) ‎External links ‎[377 bytes]
  166. (hist) ‎Fully sequenced human genomes ‎[395 bytes]
  167. (hist) ‎Visualizing your genome ‎[399 bytes]
  168. (hist) ‎Who maintains Genomics.org? ‎[399 bytes]
  169. (hist) ‎Who are the founders of Genomics.org? ‎[401 bytes]
  170. (hist) ‎Free genomes ‎[406 bytes]
  171. (hist) ‎The first fully public female human genome: Rosalyn Gill ‎[406 bytes]
  172. (hist) ‎Genome sequencing is not Genomics ‎[413 bytes]
  173. (hist) ‎Www.genericmedicationonline.com ‎[415 bytes]
  174. (hist) ‎Genotype information ‎[418 bytes]
  175. (hist) ‎Date Palm Genome ‎[429 bytes]
  176. (hist) ‎The first Korean Genome Sequence ‎[431 bytes]
  177. (hist) ‎Agy Therapeutics ‎[432 bytes]
  178. (hist) ‎Associatome ‎[434 bytes]
  179. (hist) ‎Korean Genome Project ‎[435 bytes]
  180. (hist) ‎The first yeast genome ‎[445 bytes]
  181. (hist) ‎Genome size ‎[447 bytes]
  182. (hist) ‎Microbial genomics ‎[449 bytes]
  183. (hist) ‎University of Colorado gets funds for genome sequencing from the government ‎[450 bytes]
  184. (hist) ‎BGI Purchases an Additional 12 Illumina Genome Analyzers ‎[450 bytes]
  185. (hist) ‎The first fully public female human genome: Rosalynn Gill ‎[450 bytes]
  186. (hist) ‎Craig Venter's genome ‎[453 bytes]
  187. (hist) ‎Nanogenomics ‎[460 bytes]
  188. (hist) ‎Azign Biosciences ‎[463 bytes]
  189. (hist) ‎How to contribute to Genomics.org? ‎[465 bytes]
  190. (hist) ‎Genomcis impact on economy ‎[467 bytes]
  191. (hist) ‎Genome Structure ‎[469 bytes]
  192. (hist) ‎GET conference Boston by PGP ‎[471 bytes]
  193. (hist) ‎Interesting things in your Genome ‎[473 bytes]
  194. (hist) ‎Genome Biology ‎[476 bytes]
  195. (hist) ‎Genomics Issues and Problems ‎[477 bytes]
  196. (hist) ‎Dr. Ban Doohee lab in Yeonsei University Korea ‎[485 bytes]
  197. (hist) ‎Public genomics ‎[486 bytes]
  198. (hist) ‎Genomics as the environment monitoring technology ‎[492 bytes]
  199. (hist) ‎Genomic Democracy ‎[496 bytes]
  200. (hist) ‎What is a genome? ‎[498 bytes]
  201. (hist) ‎Storing your genome in you PC ‎[499 bytes]
  202. (hist) ‎Gene ‎[501 bytes]
  203. (hist) ‎Full Genomics ‎[502 bytes]
  204. (hist) ‎BOAT algorithm ‎[506 bytes]
  205. (hist) ‎Genomics News Links ‎[519 bytes]
  206. (hist) ‎BMC Medical Genomics ‎[521 bytes]
  207. (hist) ‎Interactomics ‎[525 bytes]
  208. (hist) ‎Possible genomic diseases of you ‎[529 bytes]
  209. (hist) ‎Koreans launched family genome project ‎[538 bytes]
  210. (hist) ‎Mitochondriomics ‎[545 bytes]
  211. (hist) ‎Anopheles gambiae ‎[546 bytes]
  212. (hist) ‎Caucasian Genome Sequencing Project ‎[549 bytes]
  213. (hist) ‎BMC Genomics ‎[553 bytes]
  214. (hist) ‎Picogram ‎[554 bytes]
  215. (hist) ‎The first Indian genome ‎[560 bytes]
  216. (hist) ‎Genome Wish ‎[567 bytes]
  217. (hist) ‎KEGG ‎[569 bytes]
  218. (hist) ‎Melon Genome Map was publicized by US researchers ‎[586 bytes]
  219. (hist) ‎Korean Genomics ‎[590 bytes]
  220. (hist) ‎Genomics Organizations and Alliances ‎[593 bytes]
  221. (hist) ‎Fully sequenced female human genome ‎[593 bytes]
  222. (hist) ‎Genomics version 2.0 ‎[594 bytes]
  223. (hist) ‎Daphnia Genomics Consortium (DGC) ‎[594 bytes]
  224. (hist) ‎Genomics People ‎[599 bytes]
  225. (hist) ‎20130822 SKT, Korea ‎[601 bytes]
  226. (hist) ‎Genome visualization programs ‎[609 bytes]
  227. (hist) ‎Genomics Programs ‎[617 bytes]
  228. (hist) ‎Everyone has the right to know one's own genome information by birth ‎[617 bytes]
  229. (hist) ‎Personal Genomics Institute established ‎[617 bytes]
  230. (hist) ‎DNA plus ‎[641 bytes]
  231. (hist) ‎The principle of universal genome ‎[670 bytes]
  232. (hist) ‎Equinome ‎[671 bytes]
  233. (hist) ‎Flat Ladder DNA ‎[702 bytes]
  234. (hist) ‎African Genomics project launched ‎[704 bytes]
  235. (hist) ‎SOAP ‎[723 bytes]
  236. (hist) ‎Genomic Equality ‎[731 bytes]
  237. (hist) ‎Free Genomics Project ‎[733 bytes]
  238. (hist) ‎Totalomics full sequencing and bioinformatics analysis service ‎[735 bytes]
  239. (hist) ‎N50 N90 calculation using Perl code ‎[745 bytes]
  240. (hist) ‎Sungjin Kim ‎[751 bytes]
  241. (hist) ‎American Physiological Society ‎[758 bytes]
  242. (hist) ‎Genome sequence mapping ‎[769 bytes]
  243. (hist) ‎Genomics Major Paper Publication ‎[776 bytes]
  244. (hist) ‎Personal Genomics Issues ‎[780 bytes]
  245. (hist) ‎What is the human genome rights? ‎[781 bytes]
  246. (hist) ‎Knome.com ‎[797 bytes]
  247. (hist) ‎Genomics Analysis Tools and Technology ‎[816 bytes]
  248. (hist) ‎Unleashing your genome ‎[817 bytes]
  249. (hist) ‎Helicos Biosciences ‎[820 bytes]
  250. (hist) ‎Omics ‎[823 bytes]
  251. (hist) ‎Open Genomics Journal ‎[834 bytes]
  252. (hist) ‎Decode ‎[855 bytes]
  253. (hist) ‎GenomeNet ‎[871 bytes]
  254. (hist) ‎Psychogenomics ‎[888 bytes]
  255. (hist) ‎Genomics by Country ‎[897 bytes]
  256. (hist) ‎Polonator ‎[900 bytes]
  257. (hist) ‎Genome Sequencing Procedure ‎[911 bytes]
  258. (hist) ‎Whole-Genome Sequencing in a Patient with Charcot–Marie–Tooth Neuropathy ‎[928 bytes]
  259. (hist) ‎Bioinformatics ‎[941 bytes]
  260. (hist) ‎Genomics people ‎[942 bytes]
  261. (hist) ‎Illumina ‎[948 bytes]
  262. (hist) ‎NanoGen ‎[1,013 bytes]
  263. (hist) ‎Extras: List of Pedro's Biological Resources ‎[1,013 bytes]
  264. (hist) ‎N50 and N90 ‎[1,013 bytes]
  265. (hist) ‎Genomics Prizes ‎[1,039 bytes]
  266. (hist) ‎Donate your genome ‎[1,053 bytes]
  267. (hist) ‎Genomics List ‎[1,074 bytes]
  268. (hist) ‎Polony DNA sequencing. 2006 Curr Protoc Mol Biol. ‎[1,076 bytes]
  269. (hist) ‎Nucleotide sequence of bacteriophage phi X174 DNA. 1977 Nature ‎[1,084 bytes]
  270. (hist) ‎Species Specific Genomics ‎[1,092 bytes]
  271. (hist) ‎JMP Genomics ‎[1,106 bytes]
  272. (hist) ‎Stephen R Quake ‎[1,140 bytes]
  273. (hist) ‎GenomicHealth.com ‎[1,153 bytes]
  274. (hist) ‎The diploid genome sequence of an Asian individual ‎[1,159 bytes]
  275. (hist) ‎Crocodile genome map published in BMC Genomics ‎[1,165 bytes]
  276. (hist) ‎About Genomics.org ‎[1,168 bytes]
  277. (hist) ‎Sol Genomics ‎[1,178 bytes]
  278. (hist) ‎Demogenomics ‎[1,212 bytes]
  279. (hist) ‎Multiple myeloma genomes authors ‎[1,213 bytes]
  280. (hist) ‎James Watson Genome ‎[1,219 bytes]
  281. (hist) ‎Rice genome ‎[1,219 bytes]
  282. (hist) ‎The Minimal Gene Complement of Mycoplasma genitalium ‎[1,221 bytes]
  283. (hist) ‎IPhone 76 ‎[1,231 bytes]
  284. (hist) ‎Pedro's Biomolecular Research Tools ‎[1,276 bytes]
  285. (hist) ‎3D-ALI ‎[1,296 bytes]
  286. (hist) ‎Origins of the E. coli Strain Causing an Outbreak of Hemolytic–Uremic Syndrome in Germany ‎[1,301 bytes]
  287. (hist) ‎GenomicHealth ‎[1,319 bytes]
  288. (hist) ‎Who have to insist on the first in genomics ‎[1,325 bytes]
  289. (hist) ‎About Human Genome Project ‎[1,350 bytes]
  290. (hist) ‎A korean genome sequence is announced to the public using a Solexa sequencer ‎[1,353 bytes]
  291. (hist) ‎Center for integrative genomics at Berkeley ‎[1,360 bytes]
  292. (hist) ‎A korean genome sequence is announced to the public using a Solexa sequencer 2008 12 04 ‎[1,381 bytes]
  293. (hist) ‎HiSeq 2000 ‎[1,419 bytes]
  294. (hist) ‎A draft genomic sequence for a worm, Schistosoma japonicum, was published ‎[1,427 bytes]
  295. (hist) ‎Restless legs syndrome ‎[1,434 bytes]
  296. (hist) ‎Who sequenced the human genome? ‎[1,434 bytes]
  297. (hist) ‎Billion Genome Project ‎[1,438 bytes]
  298. (hist) ‎Affymetrix.com ‎[1,443 bytes]
  299. (hist) ‎You! ‎[1,461 bytes]
  300. (hist) ‎Genomics Institutes ‎[1,495 bytes]
  301. (hist) ‎Abgenomics ‎[1,501 bytes]
  302. (hist) ‎Equinomics ‎[1,501 bytes]
  303. (hist) ‎Openletter to the world for genomic equality ‎[1,513 bytes]
  304. (hist) ‎Genebase.com ‎[1,530 bytes]
  305. (hist) ‎Elsevier Genomics ‎[1,534 bytes]
  306. (hist) ‎Genome references ‎[1,542 bytes]
  307. (hist) ‎Integrated Genomics ‎[1,545 bytes]
  308. (hist) ‎Please man can i unlock 5 16 bass band on iphone 3gs 96 ‎[1,576 bytes]
  309. (hist) ‎Familytreedna.com ‎[1,588 bytes]
  310. (hist) ‎Main Page ‎[1,608 bytes]
  311. (hist) ‎The first Japanese genome ‎[1,650 bytes]
  312. (hist) ‎Getting your own Genome ‎[1,659 bytes]
  313. (hist) ‎The first Commercial full personal genome and SNP information service in Asia launched by Theragen Inc. in Korea ‎[1,676 bytes]
  314. (hist) ‎Verinata gets prenatal test approval 2013 Aug ‎[1,677 bytes]
  315. (hist) ‎Gene By Gene ‎[1,705 bytes]
  316. (hist) ‎Netherlands Genomics ‎[1,707 bytes]
  317. (hist) ‎BioPAX ‎[1,725 bytes]
  318. (hist) ‎I got insurance but thats in the fuckin way mane 75 ‎[1,742 bytes]
  319. (hist) ‎Genomics in CDC (USA) ‎[1,752 bytes]
  320. (hist) ‎Genomics Portals ‎[1,762 bytes]
  321. (hist) ‎Does it still show as pending underneath your account inquiry 84 ‎[1,763 bytes]
  322. (hist) ‎Bioworld.com ‎[1,768 bytes]
  323. (hist) ‎Open Access Pharmacogenomics Project ‎[1,791 bytes]
  324. (hist) ‎Genomics Companies and Centers ‎[1,821 bytes]
  325. (hist) ‎Primate Genomics ‎[1,826 bytes]
  326. (hist) ‎Navigenics.com ‎[1,848 bytes]
  327. (hist) ‎Genome diagnostics ‎[1,873 bytes]
  328. (hist) ‎Haemophilus influenzae Science paper abstract ‎[1,896 bytes]
  329. (hist) ‎Ancestry-dna.com ‎[1,908 bytes]
  330. (hist) ‎NewGene ‎[1,927 bytes]
  331. (hist) ‎Human Genome Sciences, Inc. ‎[1,936 bytes]
  332. (hist) ‎The first genomes ‎[1,937 bytes]
  333. (hist) ‎Personal Genome Companies ‎[1,950 bytes]
  334. (hist) ‎Nimblegen.com ‎[1,950 bytes]
  335. (hist) ‎Decodeme.com ‎[1,960 bytes]
  336. (hist) ‎Array Biopharma ‎[1,970 bytes]
  337. (hist) ‎Beta Cell Biology Consortium ‎[1,971 bytes]
  338. (hist) ‎Genomatix Inc. in Germany ‎[1,975 bytes]
  339. (hist) ‎Biosyn.com ‎[1,976 bytes]
  340. (hist) ‎Rice Genome Annotation Project by Michigan State University funded by NSF of USA ‎[2,017 bytes]
  341. (hist) ‎Synthetic Genomics ‎[2,027 bytes]
  342. (hist) ‎The first Korean genome sequence and analysis: Full genome sequencing for a socio-ethnic group ‎[2,037 bytes]
  343. (hist) ‎ISCB ‎[2,058 bytes]
  344. (hist) ‎The first Korean human genome ‎[2,100 bytes]
  345. (hist) ‎Appliedbiosystems.com ‎[2,119 bytes]
  346. (hist) ‎BioOriginality Principle ‎[2,147 bytes]
  347. (hist) ‎U.S. Genomics ‎[2,166 bytes]
  348. (hist) ‎An African, Yoruban male genome by Illumina. 2008 Nature ‎[2,194 bytes]
  349. (hist) ‎Illumina.com ‎[2,195 bytes]
  350. (hist) ‎Advalytix AG ‎[2,230 bytes]
  351. (hist) ‎Genomics News ‎[2,240 bytes]
  352. (hist) ‎Genomics News and Views ‎[2,240 bytes]
  353. (hist) ‎BioOriginality ‎[2,267 bytes]
  354. (hist) ‎토탈오믹스 상품 출시 ‎[2,290 bytes]
  355. (hist) ‎Totalomics Solutions Launched ‎[2,319 bytes]
  356. (hist) ‎M. jannaschii publication detail with an abstract ‎[2,327 bytes]
  357. (hist) ‎Functional Biosciences Inc. ‎[2,361 bytes]
  358. (hist) ‎Read Genomics News and Views ‎[2,374 bytes]
  359. (hist) ‎The dynamic genome of Hydra ‎[2,391 bytes]
  360. (hist) ‎San ka na company nagwowork kooz 86 ‎[2,421 bytes]
  361. (hist) ‎The Diploid Genome Sequence of an Individual Human. 2007 Plos Biology ‎[2,471 bytes]
  362. (hist) ‎Ontario Genome Institute ‎[2,476 bytes]
  363. (hist) ‎Phalaenopsis equestris ‎[2,505 bytes]
  364. (hist) ‎Method of Sample (gDNA) Preparation for Sending out ‎[2,544 bytes]
  365. (hist) ‎CLIA ‎[2,561 bytes]
  366. (hist) ‎Medscan ‎[2,574 bytes]
  367. (hist) ‎Deep Divergences of Human Gene Trees andModels of Human Origins ‎[2,585 bytes]
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  371. (hist) ‎The complete genome sequence of Triticum mosaic virus is published in Arch Vriol. ‎[2,643 bytes]
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  374. (hist) ‎Genomic linkage map of the human blood fluke Schistosoma mansoni ‎[2,695 bytes]
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  377. (hist) ‎An integrated genetic and cytogenetic map of the cucumber genome was announced in PLOS One ‎[2,831 bytes]
  378. (hist) ‎A highly annotated whole-genome sequence of a Korean individual ‎[2,865 bytes]
  379. (hist) ‎Loans loans loans 5 ‎[2,867 bytes]
  380. (hist) ‎The second Korean human genome ‎[2,929 bytes]
  381. (hist) ‎The complete genome of an individual by massively parallel DNA sequencing. 2008 Nature ‎[2,934 bytes]
  382. (hist) ‎A Caucasian human genome was sequenced by Helicos single molecule sequencer ‎[3,018 bytes]
  383. (hist) ‎Nanogen.com ‎[3,098 bytes]
  384. (hist) ‎BioFoundation ‎[3,178 bytes]
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  387. (hist) ‎US Genomics ‎[3,308 bytes]
  388. (hist) ‎Accumulation of mutations over the entire mitochondrial genome of breast cancer cells obtained by tissue microdissection ‎[3,329 bytes]
  389. (hist) ‎Sequence Analysis of the Genome of the Unicellular Cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. Strain PCC6803. II. Sequence Determination of the Entire Genome and Assignment of Potential Protein-coding Regions. DNA research 1996 ‎[3,338 bytes]
  390. (hist) ‎Northeas Structural Genomics consortium ‎[3,363 bytes]
  391. (hist) ‎Prostate cancer genomes sequenced by Broad and Dana Faber ‎[3,405 bytes]
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  395. (hist) ‎The largest genome size known today: Paris japonica ‎[3,661 bytes]
  396. (hist) ‎The Human Genome Rights ‎[3,679 bytes]
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  403. (hist) ‎Turkey genome sequenced 20100911 ‎[4,022 bytes]
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  423. (hist) ‎IonTorrent ion-sequencing machine announced publically ‎[5,367 bytes]
  424. (hist) ‎Three new ant genomes sequenced and reported in PNAS: Draft genome of the globally widespread and invasive Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) ‎[5,529 bytes]
  425. (hist) ‎The first Cyano bacterium sequenced ‎[5,548 bytes]
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  427. (hist) ‎GDNA Shipment process from abroad ‎[5,852 bytes]
  428. (hist) ‎Find Courses, Degrees, and Training in Genomics ‎[5,897 bytes]
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  432. (hist) ‎A new malaria agent in African chimpanzees found ‎[6,288 bytes]
  433. (hist) ‎Sanger Institute ‎[6,305 bytes]
  434. (hist) ‎Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) genome sequenced 20110131 ‎[6,449 bytes]
  435. (hist) ‎The sequence of Giant Panda genome assembled de novo by NGS by BGI. ‎[6,605 bytes]
  436. (hist) ‎테라젠바이오연구소의 암분석 강점 ‎[6,676 bytes]
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  438. (hist) ‎A new multiplex sequencing method published by MPI group for highly degraded DNA fragments. Cave bear mitochondria ‎[6,971 bytes]
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  440. (hist) ‎Fred Sanger ‎[7,746 bytes]
  441. (hist) ‎Personal Genome Project ‎[7,926 bytes]
  442. (hist) ‎What is a daphnia? ‎[8,325 bytes]
  443. (hist) ‎George Church ‎[8,748 bytes]
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  445. (hist) ‎NA18507 Nature paper ‎[8,885 bytes]
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  448. (hist) ‎The first Neanderthal genome ‎[9,403 bytes]
  449. (hist) ‎James Watson Genome Paper Abstract ‎[9,489 bytes]
  450. (hist) ‎A brief guide to genomics from NHGRI ‎[9,540 bytes]
  451. (hist) ‎Multiple myeloma genomes sequenced ‎[9,772 bytes]
  452. (hist) ‎The human genome project completion announcement by Bill Clinton ‎[9,865 bytes]
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  462. (hist) ‎Brief guide to Genomics ‎[11,709 bytes]
  463. (hist) ‎Nutrigenomics ‎[12,126 bytes]
  464. (hist) ‎GWAS study on 10,000 Korean people 20090426 ‎[12,524 bytes]
  465. (hist) ‎What is genomics? ‎[12,707 bytes]
  466. (hist) ‎Genomics ‎[12,774 bytes]
  467. (hist) ‎KOGO official remark on the first Korean genome ‎[13,503 bytes]
  468. (hist) ‎Mycoplazma genitalium ‎[13,668 bytes]
  469. (hist) ‎Toxicogenomics ‎[15,830 bytes]
  470. (hist) ‎Informatics ‎[16,641 bytes]
  471. (hist) ‎Bioglossary ‎[16,800 bytes]
  472. (hist) ‎Reference genome ‎[16,837 bytes]
  473. (hist) ‎Tasmanian devil genome sequenced ‎[17,201 bytes]
  474. (hist) ‎Solid sequencing ‎[17,358 bytes]
  475. (hist) ‎Turkey genome authors ‎[17,799 bytes]
  476. (hist) ‎Epistatis ‎[19,547 bytes]
  477. (hist) ‎Digital PCR ‎[20,195 bytes]
  478. (hist) ‎AffiliationsContributionsCorresponding authors ‎[22,040 bytes]
  479. (hist) ‎C-value ‎[22,076 bytes]
  480. (hist) ‎Ibadan ‎[22,445 bytes]
  481. (hist) ‎Personal genomics, bioinformatics, and variomics ‎[23,926 bytes]
  482. (hist) ‎Jonathan Rothberg ‎[26,228 bytes]
  483. (hist) ‎What is oncogenomics? ‎[26,370 bytes]
  484. (hist) ‎The diploid genome sequence of a Chinese individual was sequenced ‎[27,268 bytes]
  485. (hist) ‎What is genome size? ‎[27,734 bytes]
  486. (hist) ‎Chromosome images ‎[27,879 bytes]
  487. (hist) ‎Methanococcus jannascii ‎[28,316 bytes]
  488. (hist) ‎The first bacterium sequenced ‎[28,376 bytes]
  489. (hist) ‎Haemophilus influenzae ‎[28,667 bytes]
  490. (hist) ‎김열홍박사 인터뷰 ‎[28,714 bytes]
  491. (hist) ‎The fisrt archae genome sequenced ‎[28,811 bytes]
  492. (hist) ‎What is restless legs syndrome? ‎[29,451 bytes]
  493. (hist) ‎Trialome ‎[30,665 bytes]
  494. (hist) ‎Fully sequences genomes ‎[30,697 bytes]
  495. (hist) ‎Fully sequenced genomes ‎[30,758 bytes]
  496. (hist) ‎The genome sequencing of an albino Western lowland gorilla reveals inbreeding in the wild ‎[30,913 bytes]
  497. (hist) ‎Metagenomics ‎[33,268 bytes]
  498. (hist) ‎454 GS FLX ‎[33,656 bytes]
  499. (hist) ‎Part 2: Bibliographic, Text and WWW Searches ‎[34,231 bytes]
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