Justin Petrone, BioArray News, September 15, 2009
TALLINN, Estonia — For seven years, the Estonian Genome Project has been collecting blood samples and phenotypic information on the population of this small northern European country.
Its goal is to use the resulting tens of thousands of samples in association studies, and to eventually use them in personalized medicine.
Originally a private-public endeavor, the Estonian Genome Project was reorganized in 2004 into a venture overseen by the University of Tartu and supported both by the state and the European Union. blood samples and phenotypic information on the population of this small northern European country.
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