SAEC, Duke to Collaborate on Rare Variants, Adverse Events Research | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Duke University's Center for Human Genome Variation and the International Serious Adverse Events Consortium plan to collaborate on research into the role of rare genetic variants in a drug-induced adverse event involving an antipsychotic drug called clozapine, SAEC announced today.

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