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User:David Ewing Duncan
|Summary||Full genome from Complete Genomics|
|Summary||Full genome sequence|
David Ewing Duncan is the author of Experimental Man: What one man’s body reveals about his future, your health, and our toxic world. He's written about SNPedia for an MIT Technology Review article. He's also Personal Genome Project participant 13. His Complete Genomics analysis is updated regularly.
In June 2011, User:David Ewing Duncan as part of the Personal Genome Project received data back from Complete Genomics masterVarBeta format. This does not report his 'normals' enabling a report with 5243 genotypes. Contrast that to the 11627 possible on his pooled microarrays or the 16k found in User:NA06985 or User:NA18504 which included Complete Genomics dbSNP files. By July the dbSNPAnnotated file provided 19,379 genotypes for the 23,233 snps then in SNPedia. Pooling all of his platforms provides 20,949 genotypes with at most 196 genotypes conflicting.