Source: National Human Genome Research Institute
Published: August 2020
DNA Sequencing Costs
“Genome sequencing is the equivalent of running spellcheck on every volume in a library,” said Doctor David Miller.
Your genome includes all your DNA and contains important clues about you—from your ancestry to disease susceptibility, aging, and your body’s response to medication.
The human genome was first sequenced in 2003 during a $3 billion, 13-year project.
Advances in genomics have led to substantial reductions in the cost of genome sequencing. Today, you can now get whole-genome sequencing for $599 from Nebula Genomics, an Amazon Launchpad member.