About Nebula Genomics
Nebula Genomics 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.
Nebula Genomics seeks to lead this emerging market by understanding and overcoming key obstacles. They will spur genomic data growth by significantly reducing the costs of personal genome sequencing, enhancing genomic data protection, enabling buyers to efficiently acquire genomic data, and addressing the challenges of genomic big data. They will accomplish this through decentralization, cryptography, and utilization of the blockchain.
Nebula Genomics Key Information
|Token Name||Nebula Genomics|
|ICO start||25th Sep 2017|
|ICO end||10th Oct 2017|
|Distributed in ICO||60%|
|Average price||0.35 USD|
|Price in ICO||0.3700 USD|
|Whitepaper||Click Here For View Whitepaper|
|Website||Click Here For Visit ICO Homepage|
The Game Change Team Behind Nebula Genomics
Why Whole Genome Sequencing DNA Test?
With Nebula Genomics Explore, you can stay up to date with the most cutting-edge genomic research and learn how it applies to your DNA results. A team curates the latest scientific discoveries to create personalized reports based on your Whole Genome Sequencing DNA test results. New reports on various genetic traits are added every week as scientists publish new research results! The Nebula Research Library already contains over 200 research-based reports.
Genome Exploration Tools
Nebula Genomics Explore gives you access to powerful tools to explore your Whole Genome DNA Sequencing data. This company exploration tools enable you to analyze the entire human genome sequence and dynamically generate your personalized reports. You can use your gene analysis tool to examine any human gene, your variant search tool to search your genome for specific genetic variants, and your genome browser to take a direct look at your nucleic acid sequence. A Task giver can certainly verify the solution she receives. This checking can only improve the reliability of the system! They cannot, however, assume that the Task Giver will always perform such checks due to the Task Giver’s possible computational and financial resource.
Deep Genetic Ancestry
Unlike other ancestry tests, this identify all genetic markers to fully reveal your genetic makeup and help you discover your family history. They provide a detailed ancestry breakdown based on autosomal DNA. In addition, in partnerships with YFull (available now) and Family TreeDNA (coming in 2021), Nebula Genomics give you access to the world’s largest Y DNA and mtDNA databases. This enables you to trace your maternal and paternal lines, explore ancestral migration patterns, find relatives through DNA matching, and build your family tree by discovering new family connections. Power your genetic genealogical research with personal genome sequencing!
Genomic Big Data Access
Receive updates about new reports that Nebula Genomics release every week, your work on genomic data privacy, new tools to explore your Whole Genome DNA Sequencing data, and news related to DNA, science, health, and ancestry! Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) decodes all 6.4 billion DNA base pairs in the human genome including the complete set of all 20,000 genes, mitochondrial DNA, and the Y chromosome.
The sequencing of the first human genome cost over $3 billion, but today they have brought the price below $300. Personal genome sequencing enables the discovery of all genetic variation in every individual gene and produces the most comprehensive and accurate genetic test results. The graphic below compares a full genome sequencing with incomplete DNA tests such as DNA geno-typing and whole exams sequencing which decode only a few stretches of DNA.