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November 4, 2009: The Genome 10K Project was Launched

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After the 1000 Genomes Project (1KGP) launched in 2008, the Genome 10K (10K) Project was officially launched on November 4, 2009. 10K project was established by an international research effort aiming to sequence the genome of at least one individual from each vertebrate genus, approximately 10,000 genomes in total. Through sequencing napproximatly 10,000 vertebrate species, we may have a better understanding of biodiversity, animal evolution and how genetic information plays in the process.

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