NHGRI to Sequence Genomes of 1,000 Individuals as It 'Explores Medical Role' of DNA Sequencing | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Human Genome Research Institute plans to launch a massive study to sequence the genomes of 1,000 individuals with a common disease and chart their progress over time, an NHGRI official told GenomeWeb Daily News yesterday. 
 
According to the NHGRI, the trans-NIH program, called ClinSeq, has a broader aim of helping the researchers explore the medical role for genome sequencing.
 

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