NHGRI researchers have produced the first end-to-end DNA sequence of a human chromosome. The results show that generating a precise, base-by-base sequence of a human chromosome is now possible, and will enable researchers to produce a complete sequence of the human genome.
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Dr. Adam Felsenfeld is a program director in the Division of Genome Sciences at the National Human Genome Research Institute.
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Dr. Adam Phillippy is head of the Genome Informatics Section and a tenure-track investigator in the Computational and Statistical Genomics Branch at NHGRI.
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Dr. David Adams is a senior clinician in the Office of the Clinical Director, NHGRI, and co-director of the Undiagnosed Diseases Program at NIH. He serves as deputy director of clinical genomics in both.
Researchers developed a technique that will aid in a more accurate reconstruction of human genomes.
… of doing things, though, we're missing something," said Adam Phillippy, Ph.D., co-senior author on the study and head … image of the genome. Image Credit: Darryl Leja and Adam Phillippy, NHGRI. The researchers' goal was to design … reconstruction of human genomes. … DNA sequencing, Adam Phillippy, genomic technology, … Researchers developed a …
The goat has contributed its DNA to a new method for high-quality, low-cost genome reconstruction, one that will be useful for reading human and other genomes.
… genome we jokingly call the Greatest Of All Time," said Adam M. Phillippy, Ph.D. , a researcher in NHGRI's … Rosen, Ph.D., (USDA), and three co-corresponding authors, Adam Phillippy, Ph.D., (NHGRI), Curtis Van Tassell, Ph.D., … genomes. … Goat genome, domestic goat, Papadum goat, Adam Phillippy Ph.D., Timothy P. Smith Ph.D., PacBio …
After a lifelong obsession with completing things, Adam Phillippy has helped in the final completion of the human genome sequence. The researcher talks about his life path to genomics, his relationship with perfection and his next big thing.
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NHGRI convened geneticists, biologists, clinicians, bioinformatics specialists and more to provide expert advice on the future of its Genome Sequencing Program.
… what works." Workshop organizer and GSP program director Adam Felsenfeld, Ph.D., acknowledged the many challenges … GSP, disease variant discovery, genomics and medicine, Adam Felsenfeld, gene variant discovery … NHGRI convened …
The Genomics Landscape
In the August 6, 2020 edition of The Genomics Landscape, Dr. Eric Green talks about NHGRI's completion of the third phase of the ENCODE Project and how it reveals the most extensive catalog to date of candidate functional elements that may regulate the genes in the human and mouse genomes.
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On June 26, 2000, nearly 10 years into the 13-year project, President Bill Clinton announced an important milestone for the Human Genome Project at a major White House ceremony.