CHOP's Joint Genome Center Turns to Sequencing for MDx and Drug Repositioning | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

Since its opening last November, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's Joint Genome Center has embarked on a number of projects that aim to bring sequencing into the clinic by molecularly diagnosing pediatric diseases, integrating sequence data with electronic medical records, and discovering mutations that might be targeted with existing drugs.

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