It is aming at preserving tiger genome information, the level 1 endangered species. GRF has completed the standard reference genome of Amur (Siberian) tiger analysis by sequencing and analyzing its genome in collaboration with BGI, Theragen, Everland Zoo, BGI, Dobzhansky Center for Genome Bioinformatics, and many experts.
We value teamwork and collaboration. This project has been one of the most beautiful scientific projects in terms of teamwork, dedication, hard work, and good collaboration.
TaeGeuk: The first tiger genome fully sequenced (2011). TaeGeuk's sequences are now available in NCBI or contact Jong Bhak.
|Open Tiger Genome Project|
Open Tiger Genome Project (OTGP) is an international & open project for sequencing and analyzing tiger genomes.
We are accepting funds and donations for sequencing tigers and other big cats (Falidae family).
If you are interested in participating, please contact here
|Big Cat Genome Project (BCGP)|
|Tiger and Big Cat Conservation|
| Tiger and Big Cat Facts
|The current estimate of wild tigers ranges from just 3,050 to 3,950 individuals. (2013)|
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Tiger Genome Project was sponsored by TheragenEtex, the most advanced Genome sequencing and analysis service company in Korea.