International Team Catalogs Tissue-Specific Pathology, Gene Expression Related to Human Diseases | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Computer modeling of tissue-specific differences in gene expression and pathology can reveal new clues for understanding and treating a range human diseases ranging from heart disease and cancer to Parkinson disease and autism, according to new research.

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