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- 1 KOrean Genomics Center
- 2 Introduction: KOrean Genomics Center
- 3 History of KOGIC
- 4 Major Research Accomplishments
- 5 Laboratory Resources
KOrean Genomics Center
- Genome & Multi-Omics Data analysis
- Curing Aging, Cancer, and Chronic Diseases
- Providing Bio Big Data and Bio-Pipelines
Introduction: KOrean Genomics Center
- KOGIC is the UNIST genome center established jointly by UNIST and Ulsan City.
- KOGIC Supports genome-based bio and health-care research, development of technologies
- KOGIC is focused on the commercialization of omics technology
Genome Technology Commercialization Core Technology Center
- KOGIC provides Genomic Information Services.
- KOGIC has carried out 10,000 Korean Genome Project and we provide the human genome data along with clinical information.
Partnerships: International Collaboration in Genome-based Biomedical Projects
- Co-founded a personalized genomics project, 10,000 Korean Genome Project with George Church Lab at Harvard Medical School
- KOGIC is a part of the Ulsan Genome Service Industry Regulatory Free Zone with 15 organizations and companies in Korea.
Genome Industry Hub: The Hub of the Genome Convergence Business
- KOGIC aims to function as the hub for integrated ICT-Bio-AI Industry of Korea.
- KOGIC aims to build and provide core infrastructure for the genome-based biomedical industry of Korea
- KOGIC aims to utilize omics technology to perform genome-to-aging research and development using killifish animal model.
History of KOGIC
|2020||Conducted a genomic analysis project for infectious diseases|
Major Research Accomplishments
- Implemented the largest-scale Korean Genome Project of 10,000 healthy and patient genomes.
- The construction of the Korean Standard Genome (KOREF) and Korean Standard Variome (KoVariome)
- Publication of the reference genomes of whale sharks, raptors, jellyfish, and owls.
- The publication of 1,074 Korean genomes.
2015: The First Korean Vulture Genome Sequencing
2016: The First Leopard Reference Genome, Korean Standard Reference Genome(KOREF)
2017: The First Korean Bat Genome Sequencing, The First Neolithic East Asian Ancient Genome Sequencing
2018: KoVariome: Korean Population Variome
2019: The First Jellyfish Genome Sequencing
2020: Korea 1K Genome Project
2021: Sequencing of 10,000 Korean Genome
2022: Reconstruct Ancient Korean Faces through Genetic Analysis
Super Computing System for Genome Analysis
- CPU : 4,472 cores
- GPU : 96 cores, 29,952 CUDAs
- Memory : 43,216 GB (42.2 TB)
- Storage : 13,853 TB (13.53 PB)'
Bio Big Data and Sample Availability
- More than 10,000* human genome data
- 10,336 Whole Genomes, 774 Methyl-seqs, 1,063 RNA-seqs, 132 ATAC-seqs
- 10,940* Large-scale samples in total
- Blood samples: 4,313, DNA 3,816, Buffy coat 1,505, RNA 1000, PBMC 162, Plasma 100, Tissue 44
- kogic_leaflet_text_to_path.ai made by Yoonsung in 2023
- 2020_Bhak_genomics_20200630_updated_SW.pptx made by Sungwon in 2020
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