World's largest autism study reveals 134 autism-linked genes

The study used whole genome sequencing to examine the entire genomes of over 7,000 individuals with autism. The team found 134 genes linked with ASD and discovered a range of genetic changes.

Long-read sequencing 'illuminates' inaccessible parts of the genome

Now, for the first time, Stanford University researchers have used long-read, whole genome sequencing to diagnose a patient.