Cincinnati Children's Hospital Team Describes Clinical Exome Sequencing Experience | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center has found that its clinical exome sequencing pipeline can identify the cause of rare pediatric disease in about 30 percent of cases and is often less costly and time consuming and more effective than the litany of genetic tests patients receive.

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