Puzzle-solver, Potentially | GenomeWeb

To solve the puzzle of what is wrong with some very ill newborns, clinicians are beginning to turn to genome sequencing. A team at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City recently used sequencing information to figure out what was going on with a baby girl who wasn't eating or growing, reports Susan Young at Technology Review.

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