NHGRI-Funded Mendelian Centers Enter Second Year of Effort to Increase Number of Known Disorders | GenomeWeb

About a year in to their efforts, the three Centers for Mendelian Genetics, funded at the end of 2011 by the National Human Genome Research Institute, have collected large pipelines of phenotypes and associated samples to identify the genetic bases of as many Mendelian disorders as they can.

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