Q&A: PCPGM's Aronson on IT Tools for NGS-Based Genetic Testing in Clinical Diagnostics | GenomeWeb

aronson.jpgA team at Harvard Medical School-Partners HealthCare Center for Personalized Genetic Medicine has developed a suite of tools, dubbed GeneInsight, to deal with bioinformatics challenges associated with analyzing next-generation sequence data for clinical diagnostic applications.

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