Whole exome and whole genome sequencing regularly miss entire sections of children's DNA, potentially leading to flawed diagnoses, researchers reported in Clinical Chemistry. The researchers analyzed sequencing results from three US labs that analyzed samples from 36 patients between 2012 and 2016 and found that the labs did not always follow an accepted, industry-advised protocol for the analyses.
Whole genome sequencing labs don't always do a complete job
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