SouthSeq

SouthSeq is a clinical research program in which newborns suspected to have genetic disorders will undergo whole genome sequencing and analysis to identify genetic variants contributing to the disease. Approximately 1500 babies in neonatal nurseries in historically underserved communities in Alabama and Mississippi will be enrolled in the study.

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