Clinical Genomics

Clinical genomics is the investigation of clinical results with genomic information. Genomic factors causally affect clinical information. Clinical genomics utilizes the whole genome of a patient so as to analyse maladies or modify meds only for that patient. Entire genome testing can distinguish a larger number of changes and basic inconsistencies than focused quality testing. Furthermore, directed quality testing can test for the infections for which the specialist screens, while testing the entire genome screens for all diseases with known markers at once. By concentrating the entire genome, a doctor can develop therapeutic plans dependent on an individual patient's genome


  • Clinical Genomic Sequencing
  • Clinical Genomic Testing
  • Challenges in Clinical Genomics

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