Internet to provide help in genetic research and medical practice


As an immediate application, pooling information could speed discoveries about what genes do and help doctors diagnose rare birth defects by matching children with suspected gene mutations to others who are known to have them. On the other part, scientists will be able to ask questions about genome data possessed by other laboratories, without running between technical barriers or privacy rules. Not at last, this too about reducing costs in medical research because decoding a genome is about $10,000 and in some cases the research was already made. Using this search engine is about to search for genes related to schizophrenia, diabetes, and other common disease but to the cancer too. Permission for “controlled access” will be given to “researchers around the world.”


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