Stanford, Yale Researchers Offer Peek Under Hood of Personalis' Variant-Detection Engine | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

This article has been updated to correct errors in the previously reported modifications made to BreakSeq — one of the components of the HugeSeq pipeline

Researchers from Stanford and Yale Universities have published the details of a computational pipeline that provides an automated approach for detecting and annotating genetic variations in high-throughput sequencing data.

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