In Wake of TGen Paper, NIH Revises GWAS Data Policy to Balance Security, Open Access | GenomeWeb
Following the National Institutes of Health’s decision last week to modify its policy for accessing data from genome-wide association studies in NIH databases, the agency is currently evaluating the best way to enable research groups to post, find, use, and share the data while taking into account a new discovery that individual DNA can be identified from pooled SNP datasets.
 

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