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Turning Data into Genomic Medicine
Navigating the Path between the Lab and the Clinic Is Becoming More Straightforward
- Genomic data is pouring out of academic and government research labs, flowing into rapidly expanding databases—often overwhelming storage and informatics capabilities—and fueling a steady stream of publications proposing links between the “needles” being discovered in genomic haystacks and disorders ranging from common to uncommon, from cancer to Mendelian disease. ...
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