In the Interpretation

Stanford University's Konrad Karczewski and colleagues have developed an online tool to analyze personal genomic data, writes Daniel MacArthur at Genomes Unzipped. As MacArthur notes, the tool, called the Interpretome, currently works with 23andMe and Lumigenix data. "This is an awesome idea.

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