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RT @WUSTLmed: Decoded: #DNA of blood-sucking worm that infects world’s poor http://t.co/vb52cwsFq6. @GenomeInstitute
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Illumina Announces the Thousand Dollar Genome
http://ow.ly/sAhnI (@BioITWorld)
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Cancer Drugs: Getting Close And Personal - The Genome Institute's Dr. Li Ding is mentioned http://ow.ly/smexG
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Researchers and drug companies are ganging up for a new push against cancer
http://ow.ly/sfP32 (@TheEconomist)
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Co-director, Elaine Mardis, discusses #genomics and cancer research in Discover Magazine (see p. 75)
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Where do your bones come from?
@GenomeInstitute researchers help explain the genetic basis of how bones form.
http://ow.ly/sC4Go (@CSMonitor)
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Elephant shark genome decoded by Genome Institute researchers and colleagues
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10 most wired campuses - WUSTL is no. 5 and The Genome Institute's twins Malachi/Obi Griffith are featured http://ow.ly/smdZr
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Major Update to the Human Reference #Genome http://ow.ly/s9ck9 (@bioitworld)
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The Genome Institute's Elaine Mardis is featured in Discover Magazine's "100 Top Stories of 2013" for her pioneering work in cancer genomics.
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The Genome Institute is helping to lead the way in genomics.
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As one of only three NIH funded large-scale sequencing centers, The Genome Institute at Washington University in St. Louis is helping to lead the way in high-speed, comprehensive genomics.

Our mission is to help improve the human condition by producing, studying and interpreting high-quality genome-based data to drive biological discoveries that range from the bench to the hospital bedside. We value the open sharing of information and ideas and encourage collaboration, while also engaging the next generation of scientists through educational outreach efforts.