Q&A: Jonathan Berg on 'Binning' Variants found During Clinical Whole-Genome Sequencing

In a recent commentary in Genetics in Medicine, Jonathan Berg and co-authors outlined a binning scheme for classifying variants that are found incidentally during whole-genome sequencing in order to decide which ones to report back to patients.

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