Sequencing Uncovers Rare Variants Linked to Noonan Syndrome, Aids in Diagnosis | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – By sequencing a cohort of people diagnosed with Noonan syndrome but without known disease mutations, researchers led by Harvard Medical School's Raju Kucherlapati uncovered rare variants associated with the condition.

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