In Case You Missed It, Altman Rounds Up the Past Year | GenomeWeb

At Building Confidence, Russ Altman recapitulates his translational bioinformatics "Year in Review" talk in which he highlighted three papers. The first, from Homer et al., shows that if you have a person's genotype data, you can determine if they are part of a DNA mixture.

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