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Abstract #0681

Genotyping and Anatomical Abnormalities

Alan F. Scott, 1

1Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States

The advances in human genetics during the past three decades have resulted from a series of technological and organizational breakthroughs. As the limits of genotyping are realized a renewed emphasis on cheaper and faster sequencing approaches has emerged and various new and exciting approaches to whole genome sequencing are fast appearing. This talk will outline some of the technologies that have been and are being developed to increase the speed and accuracy of genetic data and how such information will revolutionize the way medicine is practiced for the rest of the century.