After many months of having performed the sequencing of my personal exome, I now make it available to the community for public use. I release it under a public domain license (CC0 1.0 Universal), giving you permission to use this data in any way.
What is an exome?
An exome is the ~1% of my genome that encodes for proteins.
Why do I release my personal exome?
When my family and myself made our genotypes available through the Internet, we immediately received results from researchers around the world who took our data for analysis and came back with interesting results. As a result of this, we have been able to learn much about ourselves. I have reported this in a previous entry on this blog entitled “Benefits for Publishing Family Genomes on the Internet“. I now follow the same principle: if I make my exome available for…
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