By Andrea Anderson

MONTREAL (GenomeWeb News) – Research teams participating in The Cancer Genome Atlas and the International Cancer Genome Consortium are doing deep exome sequencing — and testing various enrichment strategies — to deal with some of the challenges associated with characterizing pancreatic cancer, attendees of the International Congress of Human Genetics heard at a session on cancer genomes here today.

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