Broad Institute and UW Researchers Demonstrate Exome Sequencing to Study Simple Subsets of Complex Disease | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

As exome sequencing continues to prove itself as a useful method for identifying disease genes in monogenic disorders, preliminary results suggest that the technique can also help understand the causes of more complex diseases.

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