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Researchers in Belgium outline a machine learning method aimed at detecting variants that are pathogenic when present in pairs. The tool — known as the Variant Combinations Pathogenicity Predictor (VarCoPP) — brings together insights from the variants, genes, and gene pairs to find such pathogenic variant combinations, the team explains.

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