Exome-based Association Study Fleshes Out Coding Variants Contributing to Psoriasis Risk | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Low-frequency variants in protein-coding portions of the genome may make relatively modest contributions to psoriasis risk, according to an exome sequencing-based association study appearing online yesterday in Nature Genetics.

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