Broad, Whitehead Team Uses Dual-Technology Screen to Identify Essential Genes in Human Genome | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — A team of researchers from the Broad Institute and the Whitehead Institute this week reported the results of a study in which they combined a pair of complementary functional genomics methods to scan the human genome and uncover a collection of genes essential for cell viability.

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