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NEW YORK — Researchers were able to glean tissue-specific gene expression from individuals' whole blood transcriptomes, according to a new study.

Knowing tissue-specific gene expression can provide insight into disease, but many disease-affected tissues are not easily accessible for sampling and analysis. Researchers from the US National Cancer Institute instead sought to determine whether tissue-specific expression can be gauged from more easily obtained blood samples.

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