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  1. Jong Bhak ‎(8 links)
  2. Genomics basics ‎(6 links)
  3. Decodeme.com ‎(6 links)
  4. 23andme.com ‎(6 links)
  5. Bioinformatics ‎(5 links)
  6. Personal Genome Project ‎(5 links)
  7. Haemophilus influenzae ‎(4 links)
  8. Navigenics.com ‎(4 links)
  9. Celera ‎(4 links)
  10. Genomics ‎(4 links)
  11. KOBIC ‎(4 links)
  12. Omics ‎(4 links)
  13. Nimblegen ‎(4 links)
  14. Agowa ‎(4 links)
  15. Genome ‎(4 links)
  16. The first Korean genome sequence and analysis: Full genome sequencing for a socio-ethnic group ‎(4 links)
  17. U.S. Genomics ‎(3 links)
  18. Decode ‎(3 links)
  19. Genomics Companies ‎(3 links)
  20. Affymetrix ‎(3 links)
  21. Genome Research Foundation ‎(3 links)
  22. Genomics Major Paper Publication ‎(3 links)
  23. Illumina ‎(3 links)
  24. NanoGen ‎(3 links)
  25. Craig Venter ‎(3 links)
  26. Knome.com ‎(3 links)
  27. Free Genomics Project ‎(3 links)
  28. Pangenomics ‎(3 links)
  29. Gene ‎(3 links)
  30. Personal Genome Companies ‎(3 links)
  31. Methanococcus jannaschii ‎(3 links)
  32. Please click here and sign your name to petition the governments of the world to sequence genomes free of charge ‎(3 links)
  33. Phenome ‎(3 links)
  34. Openfree ‎(3 links)
  35. Microbial genomics ‎(3 links)
  36. Sequencing ‎(2 links)
  37. Theragen Inc. launched a personal genome typing service similar to 23andme's. However, the product was withheld due to legal issues. ‎(2 links)
  38. Phylogenomics ‎(2 links)
  39. Donate your genome ‎(2 links)
  40. BioLicense ‎(2 links)
  41. Genealogy ‎(2 links)
  42. Roots ‎(2 links)
  43. US Genomics ‎(2 links)
  44. Microsoft ‎(2 links)
  45. The fisrt archae genome sequenced ‎(2 links)
  46. List of fully sequenced genomes ‎(2 links)
  47. Pathogenomics ‎(2 links)
  48. Genome sequencing and genomics ‎(2 links)
  49. You! ‎(2 links)
  50. A new multiplex sequencing method published by MPI group for highly degraded DNA fragments. Cave bear mitochondria ‎(2 links)

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