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SRX002757: Korean cancer research specialist Kim Seong-jin
6 ILLUMINA (Illumina Genome Analyzer) runs: 21M spots, 1G bases, 672.2Mb downloads

Design: standard Illumina paired-end library construction protocol. genomics DNA was randomly fragmented using bioruptor and an approximately 100bp. fraction was obtained by gel electophoresis.
Submitted by: Korean Bioinformation Center (KOBIC)
Study: Genome of cancer research specialist Kim Seong-jin
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The study of the Korean genome sequence map is a mandatory step toward building a standard Korean genome. Using cancer research specialist Kim Seong-jin''s personal genome, researchers have completed a full genome sequence map. It is the world''s fourth identified personal genome sequence map. Since it is a personal genome sequence map, the next step is to build a standard genome for Koreans. The standard Korean genome will be able to help experts conduct personalized medical treatments based on the analyses of the individual genome
Sample: Generic sample from Homo sapiens
SAMN00002003 • SRS002183 • All experiments • All runs
Organism: Homo sapiens
Library:
Name: SJ1203-200
Instrument: Illumina Genome Analyzer
Strategy: WGS
Source: GENOMIC
Selection: RANDOM
Layout: PAIRED
Spot descriptor:
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Runs: 6 runs, 21M spots, 1G bases, 672.2Mb
Run# of Spots# of BasesSizePublished
SRR0155413,251,836162.6M116Mb2009-06-01
SRR0155423,797,683189.9M131.3Mb2009-06-01
SRR0155433,769,300188.5M129.1Mb2009-06-01
SRR0155443,419,810171M99.1Mb2009-06-01
SRR0155453,438,832171.9M100.5Mb2009-06-01
SRR0155463,310,990165.5M96.2Mb2009-06-01

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