By Julia Karow

This article was originally published Nov. 8.

WASHINGTON, DC – In an attempt to determine the role of low-frequency coding variants in common metabolic diseases like type-2 diabetes and obesity, researchers at BGI in Shenzhen and in Denmark have sequenced the exomes of 1,000 Danish disease samples and 1,000 controls, as well as validated interesting variants in another 10,000 disease samples and 7,000 controls.

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