Systematic genome-wide approach to positional candidate cloning for identification of novel human disease genes
Background: Recent large-scale genome projects afford a unique opportunity to identify many novel disease genes and thereby better understand the genetic basis of human disease. Functional Annotation of Mouse (FANTOM) 2, the largest mouse transcriptome project yet, provides a wealth of data on novel genes, splice variants and non-coding RNA, and provides a unique opportunity to identify novel human disease genes. Aims: To demonstrate the power of combining the FANTOM 2 cDNA dataset with a...[Show more]
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