Need to Analyze Your Next-Generation Sequencing Data? Thomas Jefferson University’s New Web-Based Resource Makes the Task Easy

In the early 1990s, an international effort was launched by the U.S. Department of Energy and the National Institutes of Health to sequence the human genome. The project took 13 years, involved many scientists in several countries, and cost $2.7 billion (in FY 1991) dollars. Since then, technological advances and the advent of next generation sequencing …