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Dr. Sungjin Kim's genome was fully sequenced by November 2008. His sequence was analyzed by KOBIC bioinformatics people and Dr. Ahn Sungmin.&nbsp;<br />
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<font size="3">Dr. Sungjin Kim's genome was fully sequenced by November 2008. His sequence was analyzed by KOBIC bioinformatics people and Dr. Ahn Sungmin.&nbsp;<br />
 
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His full genome sequence of 7.8 fold of redundancy was freely publicized on Dec. 4th 2008.<br />
 
His full genome sequence of 7.8 fold of redundancy was freely publicized on Dec. 4th 2008.<br />
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By Jan. 2009, his genome was sequenced around 13 fold redundancy by Lee Gilyeo Cancer and Diabetes Insititute of Korea.&nbsp;<br />
 
By Jan. 2009, his genome was sequenced around 13 fold redundancy by Lee Gilyeo Cancer and Diabetes Insititute of Korea.&nbsp;<br />
 
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His genome sequence has been openfreely available in [[KOBIC ftp site]]. <br />
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His genome sequence has been openfreely available in [[KOBIC ftp site]]: </font><a href="ftp://ftp.kobic.re.kr/pub/PersonalGenomes/Korean/"><font color="#002bb8" size="3">ftp://ftp.kobic.re.kr/pub/PersonalGenomes/Korean</font></a><br />
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Latest revision as of 23:08, 12 January 2009

Dr. Sungjin Kim's genome was fully sequenced by November 2008. His sequence was analyzed by KOBIC bioinformatics people and Dr. Ahn Sungmin. 

His full genome sequence of 7.8 fold of redundancy was freely publicized on Dec. 4th 2008.

He is the first Korean person who published his full genome sequence.

By Jan. 2009, his genome was sequenced around 13 fold redundancy by Lee Gilyeo Cancer and Diabetes Insititute of Korea. 

His genome sequence has been openfreely available in KOBIC ftp site:
ftp://ftp.kobic.re.kr/pub/PersonalGenomes/Korean