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The suffix -ome conveys "comprehensiveness" in some way. The idea of the Corpasome started half-jokingly, acknowledging the efforts to sequence five members of my family. ... After the unexpected response from many scientists from around the world, it has become clear how useful this approach could be for understanding the genomic information contained in our personal genomics ... Below are the datasets that have been released as part of the Corpasome initiative. ...doi:10.1186/1751-0473-8-13 pmid:23799911 pmcid:PMC3706263 fatcat:qmxw4bzih5ggja6fmnmcnmr3a4
All scientists or companies analysing these data ("the Corpasome") were invited to return results to the family. ... Results: Here we present the results of our investigations, combining the crowdsourced contributions and our own efforts. ... Sohela Shah for the access and assistance with variant analysis. ...doi:10.1186/s12864-015-1973-7 pmid:26547235 pmcid:PMC4636840 fatcat:rli2nlaipbao3l6pqjdyfp6xt4
In this short review, we discuss the state-of-the art of crowdsourcing in genomics research with special focus on pharmacogenomics. ... We also discuss a number of ongoing crowdsourcing approaches in the area of pharmacogenomics and personal genomics. ... S Ramachandran and members of the OpenPGx consortium and PAPGI consortium, which have significantly enriched the content of the Manuscript. ...doi:10.1007/s40142-014-0041-y fatcat:ojkteiia6venzbx7ny2wqzfhoy
In order to study the relationship between genes and diseases, the increasing availability and sharing of phenotypic and genotypic data have been promoted as an imperative within the scientific community ... As in the course of these initiatives individuals are solicited to individually balance the risks and benefits of sharing their genomic data, their awareness of the implications of personal genomic data ... Acknowledgments This work is kindly supported by the Interfaculty Council for Development Co-operation (IRO) of the University of Leuven. ...doi:10.1186/s40504-014-0022-7 pmid:26085313 pmcid:PMC4480345 fatcat:vrfby2qwvvbytnoowexvvxbuxm