Genotype-Phenotype Study Defines Disease-Causing Versions of Cystic Fibrosis Gene | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – With the help of genotypic and phenotypic data for tens of thousands of individuals with cystic fibrosis, a Johns Hopkins University-led team has hammered out a list of more than 125 variants that can contribute to the disease.

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