Beijing Genomics Institute is established in September, 1999. Its Headquarters is in Shenzhen, Guangdong, China. It was set up with an objective of brilliance, high effectiveness, and accuracy, Beijing Genomics Institute has effectively finished a substantial various tasks. These incorporate sequencing 1% of the human genome for the International Human Genome Project; contributing 10% to the International Human HapMap Project; doing exploration to battle SARS; being a key player in the Sino-British Chicken Genome Project; and totally sequencing the rice genome, the silkworm genome; the principal Asian diploid genome, the giant panda genome etc. Quite a bit of this research has been published in the top international academic journals Nature and Science. In conjunction with completing these undertakings, Beijing Genomics Institute has built up its own technical platforms based on large-scale genomic sequencing, efficient bioinformatics analyses and innovative genetic health care initiatives. Over the span of achieving these objectives, Beijing Genomics Institute has experienced a historic breakthrough from a small sequencing center in 1999 to the largest genomics Institute in Asia in 2009, and get to be distinctly known as one of the main genomics foundations on the planet.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Beijing Genomics Institute that are published in OMICS International journals.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Beijing Genomics Institute that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.