Church Outlines Future of PGP at Conference | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

CAMBRIDGE, MA (GenomeWeb News) – By integrating information from the nuclear genome with a wide range of other data — from brain scans to immune system patterns — those involved with the Personal Genomes Project hope to gain a more complete picture of the interplay between genetics, the environment, and individual traits.

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