NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – PGxHealth, a division of Clinical Data, announced today that it plans to make its Familion databases of genetic mutations associated with inherited cardiac conditions open to the public starting in spring 2009.
 
The data will be available through publicly accessible databases, which will be updated as new genetic information is collected through testing as part of a large-scale database project on inherited cardiac conditions.
 

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