Genomics | Medical Genetics
A105 family decoded: discovery of genome-wide fingerprints for personalized genomic medicine
Abhishek Narain Singh *
*Corresponding author: Abhishek Narain Singh
Medical Genetics, University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG), Groningen, Netherlands
F1000Posters 2012, 3: 123 (poster) [English]
Poster [342.93 KB]
Up Close and Personalized, International Congress on Personalized Medicine 2012, 2 - 5 Feb 2012, 77
The aim here was to find out the variations in the A105 family, and all the associations between them, in order to cater for genomic medicine.
We can gain a lot by simply studying the SVs and SNPs. Organ transplant, any immunologic response, and any characteristic traits can be well understood and predicted. Fetal sex determination can be more accurate and cheaper. Mitochondrial DNA shows the possibility of paternal inheritance.
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