FDA Gates Swinging Open To Admit Standardized Gene Expression Data | GenomeWeb

The genomic-data firewall at the FDA is beginning to breach. firewall at the FDA is beginning to breach.

“I am very positive, I think the FDA will use this data if it is guided correctly,” said Andrew Brooks, an assistant professor in the department of environmental medicine at the University of Rochester, and one of the 14 members of the pharmacology and toxicology subcommittee of the FDA that held its first meeting last week in Rockville, Md.

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