BALTIMORE (GenomeWeb) – At the American Society of Human Genetics meeting here this week, Washington University in St. Louis' McDonnell Genome Institute cancer genomics researcher Li Ding touched on the somatic mutation and clonal evolution patterns that can be gleaned from sequencing tumor, matched normal, and relapse tumor samples at far greater depths than is the current standard.

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