Baylor Researcher Offers Perspective on Clinical Exome Sequencing Program at ACMG | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

CHARLOTTE, NC (GenomeWeb News) – Baylor College of Medicine's whole-exome sequencing program, launched by the institute's Whole Genome Laboratory late last year, is showing clinical utility for diagnosing a range of rare and more common genetic conditions, attendees at the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics annual clinical genetics meeting heard here this weekend.

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