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ICO NameNebula Genomics
SymbolN/A
Start DateTBA
End DateTBA
CountryUSA
PlatformEthereum
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The first human genome was sequenced in 2001 at a cost of $3 billion. Today, human genome sequencing costs less than $1000, and in a few years the price will drop below $100. Thus, personal genome sequencing will soon be widely adopted as it enables better diagnosis, disease prevention, and personalized therapies. Furthermore, if genomic data is shared with researchers, the causes of many diseases will be identified and new drugs developed. These opportunities are creating a genomic data market worth billions of dollars.

Thanks for using our platform, and for taking the first step towards a lifetime of discovery of your genome! #SpitWithPurpose

Using data from the UK Biobank, scientists have found that whether your body fat is distributed more around your arms, abdomen, or legs is associated with many genetic markers. Many of these #genetic effects were stronger in or only present in women. https://t.co/CWJSQ1AS8i

A great overview by @Bloomberg of how the direct-to-consumer genetic testing market is evolving and how companies like us are developing new models. https://t.co/sHWf1XOhsQ

#Loneliness is associated with a greater risk of several diseases. It has a #genetic component but is still mostly determined by one's environment, suggesting genetic testing could help identify individuals that could use help avoiding loneliness. https://t.co/9Nbjgg5p51

Congratulations to Nebula co-founder @geochurch for being featured in @Newsweek's Creative Class of 2019 in honor of his innovative contributions to the field of #genomics! https://t.co/sYBydWFgiM

A new study using twin/sibling pairs exposed to alcohol in utero suggests that the safe amount of alcohol that can be consumed during pregnancy could vary based on the #genetics of the fetus, meaning that even one drink a day could potentially be harmful. https://t.co/uWxG8Pa6fe

Researchers have found that a genetic mutation causing abnormalities in the adolescent brain can predict Schizophrenia later in life. This could inspire the development of new preventative measures for the disorder. #SpitWithPurpose https://t.co/Pfsf3zjbU6

72% of people whose genetic data is used in studies came from three countries: the UK (40%), the US (19%), and Iceland (12%). Meanwhile, 76% of the world's population lives in Africa and Asia. In 2017, 88% of participants were of European Ancestry. (1/2) https://t.co/THEtdgxvEs

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