Duke Team Finds Variants Linked to Tissue-Specific Gene Expression, Splicing | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Only by understanding the tissue-specific effects of genetic polymorphisms on both gene regulation and splicing will new disease associations come into focus, according to new research appearing online today in PLoS Biology.
 

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