Whole-Genome Seq for Cancer | GenomeWeb

Whole-Genome Seq for Cancer


In a recent issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, a team led by researchers at Washington University in St. Louis published two articles reporting its use of whole-genome sequencing in two difficult cancer cases. Genome Technology's Christie Rizk recently spoke with Washington University's Elaine Mardis to find out more about the studies and how whole-genome sequencing could eventually be used in the treatment of cancer patients.

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