Authors of Large Meta-Analysis Predict End of KIF6 Test, but Celera Calls Study Flawed | GenomeWeb

Originally published Oct. 8.

By Turna Ray

A recently published
meta-analysis that sheds doubt on the validity of the KIF6 variant as a pharmacogenomic cardiac biomarker has inspired an editorial from two cardiologists cautioning test developers and investigators from rushing to market with gene markers with limited clinical validity.

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