NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – In an effort to expand the use of genomics in disease research at the National Institutes of Health's Clinical Center, NIH has created a new initiative that will provide investigators with DNA sequencing and analysis of 1,000 exomes over the next two years.

The Clinical Center Genomics Opportunity (CCGO), set to launch this summer, will provide successful applicants from its intramural research at the Clinical Center with 50 to 300 exome sequences derived from patient samples.

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