Genome 10K: a proposal to obtain whole-genome sequence for 10,000 vertebrate species.

@article{Haussler2009Genome1A,
  title={Genome 10K: a proposal to obtain whole-genome sequence for 10,000 vertebrate species.},
  author={David Haussler and Stephen J. O'Brien and Oliver A Ryder and F Keith Barker and Michele Clamp and Andrew J. Crawford and Robert Hanner and Olivier Hanotte and Warren E. Johnson and Jimmy A Mcguire and Webb Miller and Robert W. Murphy and William J. Murphy and Frederick H. Sheldon and Barry Sinervo and Byrappa Venkatesh and Edward O. Wiley and Fred W Allendorf and George Amato and Charles Scott Baker and Aaron M Bauer and Albano Beja-Pereira and Eldredge Bermingham and Giacomo Bernardi and Cibele Rodrigues Bonvicino and Sydney Brenner and Terry Burke and Joel Cracraft and Mark Diekhans and Scott V. Edwards and Per G. P. Ericson and James A. Estes and Jon Fjelsda and Nate Flesness and Tony Gamble and P. Gaubert and Alexander S Graphodatsky and Jennifer A. Marshall Graves and Erik Green and Richard E. Green and Shannon J. Hackett and Paul D. N. Hebert and Kristofer M. Helgen and Leo Joseph and Bailey D Kessing and David M Kingsley and Harris A. Lewin and Gordon Luikart and Paola Martelli and Miguel {\^A}ngelo Martins Moreira and Ngan Nguyen and Guillermo Ort{\'i} and Brian L. Pike and David M. Rawson and Stephan C. Schuster and H{\'e}ctor N Seu{\'a}nez and H. Bradley Shaffer and Mark S Springer and Joshua M. Stuart and Joanna Sumner and Emma C. Teeling and Robert C. Vrijenhoek and Robert D. Ward and Wesley C. Warren and Robert K Wayne and Terrie M. Williams and Nathan D. Wolfe and Ya-ping Zhang and Adam Felsenfeld and Steve Turner},
  journal={The Journal of heredity},
  year={2009},
  volume={100 6},
  pages={
          659-74
        }
}
The human genome project has been recently complemented by whole-genome assessment sequence of 32 mammals and 24 nonmammalian vertebrate species suitable for comparative genomic analyses. Here we anticipate a precipitous drop in costs and increase in sequencing efficiency, with concomitant development of improved annotation technology and, therefore, propose to create a collection of tissue and DNA specimens for 10,000 vertebrate species specifically designated for whole-genome sequencing in… CONTINUE READING

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