Highly parallel genomic assays

@article{Fan2006HighlyPG,
  title={Highly parallel genomic assays},
  author={Jian-Bing Fan and Mark S. Chee and Kevin L. Gunderson},
  journal={Nature Reviews Genetics},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={632-644}
}
Recent developments in highly parallel genome-wide assays are transforming the study of human health and disease. High-resolution whole-genome association studies of complex diseases are finally being undertaken after much hypothesizing about their merit for finding disease loci. The availability of inexpensive high-density SNP-genotyping arrays has made this feasible. Cancer biology will also be transformed by high-resolution genomic and epigenomic analysis. In the future, most cancers might… CONTINUE READING
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