Most Annotated Genome

San Francisco, California, United States / June 7, 2009

5094 annotated genes have been documented in David Ewing Duncan’s genome, a new world record. His DNA has been read by three different companies, who’ve collectively checked 1.7 million locations out of the 3 billion positions of his DNA. His report from SNPedia can be read here.

The record was documented on June 7, 2009 in San Francisco, California. Mike Carioso, curator of SNPedia, was present to serve as the witness.

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    I don't even understand this record, but it's still a record and I respect that. Congrats David Ewing Duncan.

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