Erasmus Orders 250 Genomes from Complete Genomics to Study Cancer, Congenital Malformations | GenomeWeb

This story was originally published May 19.

Erasmus University Medical Center in the Netherlands has placed an order with Complete Genomics for 250 whole-genome sequences from patients with leukemia, other cancers, and congenital malformations such as craniosynostosis.

The order, which expands the medical center's collaboration with the company, is part of an Erasmus-led research study seeking to improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients with diseases whose genetic origins have been difficult to discern.

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