NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A newly formed international consortium recently unveiled a resource for improving the human reference genome.
 
The Genome Reference Consortium represents a small group of centers and institutions that are actively working to not only take stock of the gaps and small errors in the human reference genome, but also to incorporate new information about the magnitude of normal variation in the genome.
 

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