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  1. Whiteford N, Skelly T, Curtis C, Ritchie M, Loehr A, Zaranek AW, Abnizove I, Brown C Swift: Primary Data Analysis for the Illumina Solexa Sequencing Platform' 7, 2009 Bioinformatics
  2. Lee JH, Park IH, Li JB, Li Z, Daley GQ, Zhang K, Church GM (2008) Widespread allele-specific gene expression during human development in induced pluripotent stem cells derived from Personal Genome Project fibroblasts (in preparation)
  3. Zhang K,Li JB, Gao Y, EgliD, Xie B, DengJ, Li Z, Lee J, Aach J, Leproust E, Eggan K, Church GM. (2008) Digital RNA Allelotyping Reveals Inheritable Patterns of Allele-specific Gene Expression in Multiple Human Cell Lines (submitted)
  4. Ball MP, Li JB, Gao Y, Lee J, LeProust E, Park IH5, Xie B3, Daley GQ, Church GM. (2008) Targeted and whole-genome methylomics reveals gene-body signatures in human cell lines (submitted)
  5. Lunshof JE, Chadwick R, Church GM (2008) Hippocrates revisited? Oldideals and new realities. Genomic Med. 2(1-2):1-3.
  6. Sommer MO, Dantas G, Church GM. (2008) The human-associated microbiome is a mobilizable reservoir of antibiotic resistance (submitted)
  7. Lunshof JE, Chadwick R, Vorhaus DB, Church GM. From genetic privacy to open consent. Nat Rev Genet. 2008
  8. Porreca GJ, Zhang K, Li JB, Xie B, Austin D, Vassallo SL, LeProust EM, Peck BJ, Emig CJ, Dahl F, Yuan Gao Y, Church GM, Shendure, J (2007) Multiplex amplification of large sets of human exons. Nat Methods. 2007 Nov;4(11):931-6.] (Supplement)
  9. Church G (2007) The Personal Exome Project ( Nature Genetics Genetics Question of the Year: What would you do if it became possible to sequence the equivalent of a full human genome for only $1,000?)
  10. Church, GM (2006) Genomes for all Scientific American Jan 2006
  11. Church GM (2005) The Personal Genome Project. Nature EMBO Molecular Systems Biology doi:10.1038/msb4100040
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