Catalog of Genes by Medical Phenome Helps Predict Additional Conditions, Treatments | GenomeWeb

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (GenomeWeb) – There's a continuum of phenotypes that stretch from Mendelian disease to related conditions that may have clinical implications, according to work presented yesterday at the Genomic Medicine Conference being held by HudsonAlpha here.

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