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Correspondence on “A gene-to-patient approach uplifts novel disease gene discovery and identifies 18 putative novel disease genes” by Seaby et al

Published:September 13, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gim.2022.08.017
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      • Response to Ramos et al
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          We thank Ramos et al1 for their correspondence and interest in our recent article that applied constraint metrics to uplift novel disease gene discovery.2 The authors provide valuable insight by applying an approach similar to ours to identify novel genes using single sample (as opposed to trio) exome sequencing in Brazil and in narrowing the gap of health inequality in genetic testing.
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