Bay Area Startup Chosen To Help With Massive NIH Project To Decode The Genomes Of 1 Million Americans
Color Genomics will analyze and report data for dozens of genes that can cause serious conditions, such as cancers and syndromes, plus provide pharmacogenomic results that show how genes affect people’s response to medication.
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Color To Help NIH Decode Genomes Of 1 Million Americans
Color Genomics will be working with the prestigious Broad Institute in Massachusetts to help in the five-year effort, which the NIH calls “one of the country’s most ambitious biomedical research efforts ever undertaken.” The NIH announced in late September that it had awarded $28.6 million to establish three genome centers around the nation, including the Broad-Color team, as part of its All of Us program. (Sumagaysay, 10/25)