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Genome Commons – knowledgebase of human genetic variation

17 Oct

The title says it all – have a look at Steve Brenner’s commentary in Nature (looks like its freely accessible) and the Genome Commons web page.

clipped from genomecommons.berkeley.edu
The Genome Commons and Genome Commons Navigators are open resources I propose to assist with personal genome interpretation. A commentary describing these has been published in Nature, and additional versions of those musings and more details may be found on the about page of this site.

Thank you very much for your interest. Please explore the site and offer your thoughts. The background page offers some historical context for the Genome Commons idea. More valuable context is given by the resources page, which summarizes some existing resources for personal genome interpretation, with links to much larger lists of resources. The blog will have updates and discussions.

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Posted by on October 17, 2007 in Clipped, Research

 

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