Researchers ID Variants in Hereditary Breast Cancer via Targeted Resequencing of Candidate Regions

Their results, detailed this month in PLoS ONE, suggest that this approach — sequencing, at a high depth, chromosomal regions identified by linkage tests — may be a good method for identifying genes in hereditary disease.

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