Guest editors: James Lupski and Joris Veltman
Whole genome and exome sequencing are now being implemented in the clinic. Leading hospitals around the world have undertaken thousands of sequencing tests on patients, and recent reports have demonstrated a diagnostic success rate of around 25%, with higher rates for certain disorders. To mark this important move into the clinic, Genome Medicine is pleased to announce a special issue on Diagnostic Genomics from guest editors Joris Veltman, from Radboud University Medical Centre, and Jim Lupski, from Baylor College of Medicine.
This collection of articles has not been sponsored and articles have undergone the journal’s standard peer-review process.