NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Australian-led Human Variome Project is taking strides toward creating a resource housing information on genetic polymorphisms known or suspected of influencing disease risk, according to a policy paper published online today in Science.
 
“We’ve now got a way of going forward and making [the project] possible,” lead author Richard Cotton, a researcher at the Howard Florey Institute’s Genomic Disorders Research Centre in Melbourne, Australia, told GenomeWeb Daily News.
 

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