Exome Sequencing Studies Tackle Increasingly Complex Diseases | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA (GenomeWeb News) – As exome sequencing moves from Mendelian to complex diseases, researchers are becoming more creative about the sorts of approaches they use to track down culprit mutations, University of Washington genome sciences researcher Jay Shendure said at the American College of Medical Genetics annual clinical genetics meeting this week.

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