By Andrea Anderson

ORLANDO, Fla. (GenomeWeb News) – By sequencing 81 tumor exomes, researchers from the Broad Institute and elsewhere have identified a wide range of genes that are each mutated at low frequency in neuroblastoma, attendees of the American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting heard yesterday.

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