Case Western Team Uncovers Genes Mutated in Colorectal Tumors Affecting African-Americans | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Through a combination of whole-exome and targeted sequencing, researchers led by a team at Case Western Reserve University have uncovered more than a dozen genes that are preferentially mutated in colorectal tumors affecting African-American patients.

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