Study Looks at Diagnostic Utility of Clinical Whole-Genome Sequencing | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Whole-genome sequencing continues to show promise for diagnosing genetic disorders in the clinic, according to a new analysis in Nature Genetics, which sifted through factors involved in reliably narrowing in on authentic disease-causing variants from genome sequences for individuals with Mendelian or immunological conditions.

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