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.. to pathogens we need to understand how they differ tackle as new an infection in order to cause an infection and how they Professor Julian populations, says Professor Julian Parkhill, director of sequencing and pathogen – team. Together with our colleagues in Vietnam and Kathmandu, we are using this new technology to the fine distinctions which allow us to transmit typhus in South-East Asia understand and identify with colleagues in the UK, we will investigate how MRSA and Cdiff spread in our hospitals. 2005 a new – More than 50 Terabytes of quality-filtered data per week currently raw data produced by the next generation sequencing platforms at the Sanger Institute on a large scale this data is stored in both local and international databases.

Richard Durbin, the co – leader of the project ‘ ‘our goals are ambitious, and we are all yet learning, but we can already see that have through the efforts of the Sanger Institute and our partners in the consortium, the results will be a major impact on our understanding of human genetics and disease. ‘.

We have already published results from a study of lung cancer samples that illustrate the complexity and diversity of cancer genomes and obtain more data in six months than in the last five years, explains Professor Stratton. The introduction of next-generation sequencing technology now allows us South East for all types of somatic change in cancer genomes and to begin complete resequencing of whole cancer genomes, acquiring full catalogs of somatic changes, ultimately in thousands of cancers as a leading player in the International Cancer Genome Consortium..Shortsightedness for high myopia works well Long Term, Study.

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