New Products: ACMG's Using Databases to Interpret Cytogenomic Arrays Program | GenomeWeb

The American College of Medical Genetics recently launched a new, web-based continuing medical education program called Using Databases to Interpret Cytogenomic Arrays. The program aims to help geneticists learn how to interpret rarely encountered copy number variations, confirm the interpretations of copy number variations provided in laboratory reports of results, and understand the phenotypic variations associated with different copy number variations, according to ACMG.

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