NEJM Review Outlines Basics of Diagnostic Genome, Exome Sequencing for Clinicians | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Signaling that genome sequencing is starting to reach mainstream medicine, a review published in the New England Journal of Medicine today provides the nuts and bolts of diagnostic genome and exome sequencing for physicians that might not be familiar with this type of clinical test.

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