The pursuit for mapping the human genome, from a physical and a functional standpoint, was a complex, ambitious and certainly costly project. However, no task was too big for the Human Genome Project (HGP). Among the main goals of the HGP was to develop new, better and cheaper tools to identify new genes and to understand their function.

The cost per genome is dropping exponentially. Important applications introduced as price decreases. 

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