New catalog of human genetic variation could improve diagnosis

Analysis of protein-coding DNA may help narrow which mutations really cause genetic diseases

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DIVERSE DNA  A new database containing information about DNA variants in protein-coding genes of more than 60,000 people may be a valuable resource for finding the causes of genetic diseases.


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