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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Ambry Genetics announced this week that it has opened its AmbryShare data sharing program to the public. AmbryShare contains data on more than 1 million variants from 11,400 hereditary breast and ovarian cancer patients. It is comprised of de-identified aggregated allele frequency data that includes analysis of all genes in the human genome. The company is also soliciting collaborations with interested researchers for new AmbryShare exome projects on autism and prostate cancer.

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