Circos Genetic Mapping

Circos Genetic Mapping
Michael Harvey
  • 24 july 2008

While the majority of Western medicine remains staunchly in the hands of the medical professional community, new tools designed to empower patients are causing real shifts in this power dynamic. Physicians are being increasingly challenged by patient self-diagnosis via websites like Wikipedia and WebMD. And on an even more personal level, researchers are now providing ways for us to see and ‘read’ our individual genomes.

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