SNPedia: A Wiki for Personal Genomics

17 Dec 2007 SNPedia: A Wiki for Personal Genomics

Bio-IT World Magazine “Inside the Box” Column – December 2007

Summary:

A few years ago, having gained familiarity with various microarray platforms, I figured out how to run my own DNA and extract the details. By cataloguing my single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), I knew 500,000 facts about myself, but had no idea about their implications. As my resources were more technical than financial, starting a wiki made more sense than starting a genetic testing company.

Article link:

http://www.bio-itworld.com/issues/2007/dec-jan/inside-the-box-snpedia/

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