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Genome Sequencing Centers

International Sequencing Consortium

The ISC has established this Web site to provide a single, central site for the scientific community and the public to have access to up-to-date information about animal, plant and other eukaryotic genomic sequencing projects. Users can view the sequencing status of a particular organism, on-going projects at a sequencing institution and projects receiving funding from a particular agency.

NIH Mammalian Gene Collection

The goal of the Mammalian Gene Collection (MGC), a trans-NIH initiative, is to provide researchers with unrestricted access to sequence-validated full-length protein-coding (FL-CDS) cDNA clones for human, mouse, and rat genes.

Genome Sequencing Center at Washington University

Protocols, software, sequence searching

The Human Genome Sequencing Center (HGSC)

The Human Genome Sequencing Center (HGSC) was established in 1996 when the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) designated Baylor College of Medicine as one of six pilot programs for the final phases of the Human Genome Project (HGP).  The HGP is now in a new phase of exploring individual DNA sequence variation and its association with human diseases. The HGSC is characterizing normal genetic variation in human populations. The results are anticipated to change the way we understand disease and other life processes.

Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard

The Broad's Genome Sequencing Platform designs and carried out large-scale genome sequencing projects, together with groups throughout the Broad community. Genomes of interest include human, mammals, fish, insects, fungi, plants, bacteria and viruses.

NISC NIH Intramural Sequencing Center

Comparative Vertebrate Sequencing

Sequencing Divition of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institue, UK

Resources include Genome Reference Consortium, ENCODE, Major vertebrate species include human, fish, C57BL/6J mouse, NOD mouse, Xenopus tropicalis, and Sus scrofa. Pathogens include Bacteria, fungi, bacteriophage, plasmids, protozoa, Parasitic helminths, vectors, and viruses.

Canada's Michael Smith Genome Sciences Center

Bovine genome sequencing, Canadian molecular cytogenetics platform, cancer genomics, etc.