EBioMedicine. 2016 Feb 4;5:211-6. doi: 10.1016/j.ebiom.2016.01.030. eCollection 2016.
Incidentalome from Genomic Sequencing: A Barrier to Personalized Medicine?
Jamuar SS1, Kuan JL2, Brett M3, Tiang Z2, Tan WL2, Lim JY4, Liew WK1, Javed A5, Liew WK4, Law HY1, Tan ES1, Lai A1, Ng I1, Teo YY6, Venkatesh B7, Reversade B8, Tan EC3, Foo R2.
Genomic sequencing; Incidental findings; Personalized medicine
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ACMG, Genetics in Medicine, November 17, 2016
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CSER Consortium Online Tool
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This database includes general CDC public health information on specific diseases and health related topics. When available, the database displays genomic information from various CDC web pages. Users are also encouraged to conduct searches of CDC website for additional information.
From CDC-Authored Genomics Publication Database
This database contains CDC-authored publications in public health genomics including infectious diseases, newborn screening, reproductive health, genetic testing, cancer, chronic diseases, birth defects and developmental disabilities, environmental and occupational health as well as laboratory, bioinformatics and statistical methods.
- Reporting incidental findings in genomic scale clinical sequencing--a clinical laboratory perspective: a report of the Association for Molecular Pathology.
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This database contains updated guidelines, policies and recommendations on genomic research and practice, as provided by professional organizations, federal advisory groups, expert panels and policy groups.
- Statement of principles on the return of research results and incidental findings in paediatric research: a multi-site consultative process.
Published 2015 (The Network of Applied Genetic Medicine)
- Returning a Research Participant's Genomic Results to Relatives: Analysis and Recommendations.
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Published 2015 (College of American Pathologists)
- ACMG recommendations for reporting of incidental findings in clinical exome and genome sequencing.
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- Informed consent for whole-genome sequencing studies in the clinical setting. Proposed recommendations on essential content and process.
Published 2013 (Expert panel)
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This database contains published literature on genetic associations and other human genome epidemiology
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