Shrinking cost of your genome. Million-fold in 6 years. What does $0 to the consumer mean?. Web 2.0, Crowd-sourcing. 2001 Wikipedia 1998 Search, Maps, Translation. But these new technologies (cell phone, fax, PC) are only as good as their communities. 1. Expensive 2. Discriminative
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Shrinking cost of your genome
in 6 years
1998 Search, Maps, Translation ..
But these new technologies (cell phone, fax, PC) are only as good as their communities.
The Personal Genome: Do I want to know?
Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008
Employment & health insurance
Destigmatizationvs enhanced hiding(addressing causes vs symptoms)
DNA Explorer, $80 (Ages 10 and up)
1526 Highly Predictable & actionable gene tests (not SNP chips)
As with security/insurance purchases, we are all at risk, even though we don’t expect to see direct payback.
The Personal Genome: Do I want to know, if there will be no medical action?
deCODEme: “does not include the high-risk but rare BRCA1 and BRCA2 breast cancer risk variants”.
Navigenics: “Mutations in BRCA1 or BRCA2 are less common in the population and are only present in approximately 5 – 10% of families with breast and ovarian cancer.”
23andme: “Hundreds of cancer-associated BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations have been documented, but three specific BRCA mutations are worthy of note because they are responsible for a substantial fraction of hereditary breast cancers and ovarian cancers among women with Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry”.
1M vs 3G
1464 genes are highly predictive & medically actionable (inherited & cancer) at ~$2K per gene.
**Very few of these are on DTC SNP chips.** Why?
PKU, Tay Sachs, Cystic Fibrosis, BRCA1/2, etc.
Pharmacogenomic drug/allele combinations:
Herceptin, Iressa, ..
Trends in laws to make data public (not just at elite institutions):e.g.H.R. 2764, SEC. 218. 26-Dec-07 open-access publishing for all NIH-funded research.
(12) Identify individual case/control status from pooled SNP data Homer et al PLoS Genetics 2008as this became known, NCBI pulled dbGAP data
(11) Re-identification after “de-identification” using public data. Group Insurance list of birth date, gender, zip code sufficient to re-identify medical records of Governor Weld & family via voter-registration records (1998)
Self identification trend
(10) Unapproved self-identification. e.g. Celera IRB. (Kennedy Science. 2002)
(9) Obtaining data about oneself via FOIA or sympathetic researchers.
(8) DNA data CODIS data in the public domain.
even if acquitted
Accessing “Secure data”
(7) Laptop loss. 26 million Veterans' medical records,
SSN & disabilities stolen Jun 2006.
(6) Hacking. A hacker gained access to confidential medical info at the U. Washington Medical Center -- 4000 files (names, conditions, etc, 2000)
(5) Combination of surnames from genotype with geographical info An anonymous sperm donor traced on the internet 2005 by his 15 year old son who used his own Y chromosome data.
(4) Identification by phenotype. If CT or MR imaging data is part of a study, one could reconstruct a person’s appearance . Even blood chemistry can be identifying in some cases.
(3) Inferring phenotype from genotypeMarkers for eye, skin, and hair color, height, weight, geographical features, dysmorphologies, etc. are known & the list is growing.
(2) “Abandoned DNA bearing samples (e.g. hair, dandruff, hand-prints, etc.)
(1) Government subpoena. False positive IDs and/or family coercion
Motivating, donating, raising consciousness
Hugh Rienhoff, (MD)
1) First & only open access data
2) Avoid over-promising on de-identification
3) 100% onExam to assure informed consent
(*Educate pre-consent rather than post-discovery*)
4) Low costwhole genome sequences
5) Multiple-traits: images, stem cells, etc.
6) IRB approval for 100,000 diverse volunteers
15,000 since May 2009
Generic Health Advice
NOT going from ONLY Genome Sequence
One in a life-time genome + yearly ( to daily) tests
Public Health Bio-weathermap.org : Allergens, Microbes, Viruses
~5 new non-synonymous
Alleles per generation
Even far from hospitals & farms
Researchers Find Bacteria
That Devour Antibiotics
Microbe tests: Detect Drug resistance spectrum
Earlier warning (e.g. meningitis)
Immune tests: Focus on response to exposure
Longer times to detect exposure (e.g. HIV, TB)
HMS/MIT: Francois Vigneault, Uri Laserson, Erez Lieberman-Aiden, George Church
Roche: Michael Egholm, Birgitte Simen
Tracking human dynamic response to vaccination to 11 strains:
Hepatitis A+B, Flu A/Brisbane/59/2007 (H1N1)-like, 10/2007 (H3N2)-like, B/Florida/4/2006-like virus
Polio, Yellow fever
Collect samples at
Query: FXQ8H8O01DXEUI rank=0514859 x=1493.0 y=2520.0 length=408
Target: I55621 | anti-hepatitis B virus (HBV) surface antigen (HBsAg) (human)
Raw score: 1740
Query range: 8 -> 398
Target range: 27 -> 423
9 : CGCGTTGCTCTTTTAAGAGGTGTCCAGTGTCAGGTGCAGCTGGTGGAGTCTGGGGGAGGCGTGG : 72
28 : CTCGTTGCTCTTTTAAGAGGTGTCCAGTGTCAGGTGCAGCTGGTGGAGTCTGGGGGAGGCGTGG : 91
73 : TCCAGCCTGGGAGGTCCCTGAGACTCTCCTGTGCAGCCTCTGGATTCACCTTCAGTAGCTATGG : 136
92 : TCCAGCCTGGGAGGTCCCTGAGACTCTCCTGTGCAGCCTCTGGATTCACCTTCAGTAGGTATGG : 155
137 : CATGCACTGGGTCCGCCAGGCTCCAGGCAAGGGGCTGGAGTGGGTGGCAGTTATATCATATGAT : 200
156 : CATGCACTGGGTCCGCCAGGCTCCAGGCAAGGGGCTGGAGTGGGTGGCAGTGATATCATATGAT : 219
201 : GGAAGTAATAAATACTATGCAGACTCCGTGAAGGGCCGATTCACCATCTCCAGAGACAATTCCA : 264
220 : GGAAGTAATAAATGGTATGCAGACTCCGTGAAGGGCCGATTCACCATCTCCAGAGACAATTCCA : 283
265 : AGAACACGCTGTATCTGCAAATGAACAGCCTGAGAGCTGAGGACACGGCTGTGTATTACTGTGC : 328
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284 : AGAACACTCTGTTTCTGCAAATGCACAGCCTGAGAGCTGCGGACACGGGTGTATATTACTGTGC : 347
329 : GAGAGA---ACTT-ACTATGGTTCGGGGAGTTCCTG--ACTACTGGGGCCAGGGAACCCTGGTC : 386
|| ||| |||| ||| ||||||| |||| || | ||||||||| ||||||||||||||||
348 : GAAAGATCAACTTTACTTTGGTTCGCAGAGTCCCGGGCACTACTGGGTCCAGGGAACCCTGGTC : 411
387 : ACCGTCTCCTCA : 398
412 : ACCGTCTCCTCA : 423
aln_summary: FXQ8H8O01DXEUI 408 8 398 + I55621 423 27 423 + 1740 390 372 95.38
-Personal Genome issues: cost, unfriendly databases,
consent, multiple genes + environmental factors
-Personal stem cells 3 uses: Diagnostic/inheritance,
therapeutic cells, test pharmaceuticals
-Microbiomes: What limits diagnostics
-VDJ-omes: How to generalize immune diagnostics
Lee J, Park IH, Gao Y, Li JB, Li Z, Daley G, Zhang K, Church GM (2009) A Robust Approach to Identifying Tissue-specific Gene Expression Regulatory Variants Using Personalized Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells. PLoS Genetics Nov 2009
Generation of Functional Human Hepatic Endoderm
from Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
Gareth et al Hepatology. 2010 Jan;51:329-35.
1. Expensive: “If you think education is expensive .. try ignorance”
2. Discriminative: Destigmatize,
pass laws, educate
3. Worthless: If we share, .. priceless
The Personal Genome: Do I want to know?
(Genes + Environment = Trait prediction)