At ACMG, Researchers Call for Improved Databases for Clinically Interpreting Genetic Variation | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA (GenomeWeb News) – A "clinical grade" database for sifting through mutations in the genome is needed to help realize the full potential of whole-genome analyses as a diagnostic tool, Mark Boguski argued at the American College of Medical Genetics meeting here this weekend.

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