New NHGRI Resource Aims to Support More Efficient Use of Genomic Data in Clinical Settings | GenomeWeb

Researchers from the National Human Genome Research Institute are seeking feedback on a newly developed resource called the Clinical Genomic Database, or CGD, that they claim will help researchers and clinicians use whole genome and whole exome sequencing data more efficiently in clinical contexts.

CGD was created, its developers explain, to provide a more direct route to information about clinically relevant genetic variants and, where available, associated treatments and therapies.

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