Wash U Researchers Use Whole-Genome Sequencing to ID Relapse-Specific Mutations in AML Tumor | GenomeWeb

by Monica Heger

This story was originally published May 12

Researchers from Washington University's Genome Center have sequenced the genome of a tumor that developed in a patient with acute myeloid leukemia during disease relapse, and have identified relapse-specific mutations by comparing the relapse-tumor genome to the primary tumor and normal genome from the same patient.

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