Broad Institute, Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation to Sequence Genomes of at Least 50 Tumors | GenomeWeb

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The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation and the Broad Institute said this week that they are collaborating to sequence the genomes of at least 50 tumors from multiple myeloma patients.

The project is part of the Multiple Myeloma Genomics Initiative, which MMRF, the Broad Institute, and the Translational Genomics Research Institute in Arizona started three years ago.

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