When considering the clinical applications of computational genomics, the true challenge stems from both the nature of the processed genomic data and the purpose behind processing it. The clinical context renders analyses useful only if their results meet rigorously defined standards and can be provided on time. Scalability to tens of thousands of samples is […]
The cause of a rare type of familial epilepsy has been linked to two new gene mutations, as discovered by researchers from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute. Published back-to-back in Nature Communications, Dr Mark Bennett, Dr Haloom Rafehi and Professor Melanie Bahlo from the Institute made this ground-breaking discovery as part of an international consortium.