The largest release to date of comprehensive human cancer genome data could be valuable not just to cancer researchers, but also to scientists studying almost any disease.
“We have identified unusual, ‘cryptic’ changes in many patients’ cancer cells that we would not have found using other methods,” says Richard K. Wilson, director of the Genome Institute at Washington University in St. Louis.
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