Rare Genomics Institute Uncovers First Finding from Crowdsourced Exome Sequencing | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Rare Genomics Institute said this week that it has made its first discovery since launching its exome sequencing services for undiagnosed diseases in January.

The institute uses a crowdsourced model to raise funds for patients with undiagnosed diseases to have their exomes sequenced in an attempt to identify the causal mutation.

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