Disease-causing mutations are discovered in unexplored regions of the genome

Research Brief Genetic Networks 11.02.2016

Transformational new possibilities are opening up for medicine. The human splicing code reveals unexpected insights into the genetic origins of diseases such as cancers, spinal muscular atrophy and autism.

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