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Table 1 Projects providing individual access to genomic data

From: APPLaUD: access for patients and participants to individual level uninterpreted genomic data

Project Dates Context # Genomes Sequenced to date Platform Lab Report with Signout Results returned Report to Health Record Raw Data to Participants Accredited lab Last updated
Harvard PGP 2005- Research 352 WGS No Y Filtered Variants w/ Lit Annot No Yes (variants) No Nov 2017
BWH/Harvard MedSeq 2011- Research 110 WGS Yes Monogenic, Common, PGx Yes FASTQ Yes Nov 2017
Mount Sinai HealthSeq 2012–2015 Research 40 WGS No Monogenic, Common, PGx No BAM, VCF No paper
Mayo “10 scientists” 2012–2014 Research 10 WES No Monogenic No Yes No paper
Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) Pioneer 100 2014 Research 108 WGS No Monogenic, Common, PGx No BAM, VCF No paper
BWH/BCH/Harvard BabySeq Project 2015– Research 160 WGS Yes Monogenic, PGx Yes FASTQ Yes Nov 2017
Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine 2015– Research 0 WES Yes Monogenic, PGx No BAM, VCF No paper
NYGC Seeq.io 2016- Research ~500 WGS (ultra low coverage) No ancestry, microbiome No BAM No Feb 2017
NIH All of Us 2017- Research 0 WGS ? ? ? ? ? Nov 2017
100,000 Genomes (UK) 2015- Research 44,633 WGS Yes Monogenic, PGx Yes Yesa Yes Jan 2018
  1. Compiled as web site: Bobe, Jason. “sharing-genome-studies,” online: <http://blog.jasonbobe.net/sharing-genome-studies/>
  2. aDoes not routinely provide access to BAM of VCF files, but participants are allowed to view the files on-site