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A commentary on actionable secondary findings in the 73 ACMG-recommended genes in 1559 Thai exomes

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Conceptualization: JJJ, LGB; Data curation: JJJ, SY; Writing-original draft: SY; Writing-review & editing: JJJ, LGB.

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Johnston, J.J., Yoo, S. & Biesecker, L.G. A commentary on actionable secondary findings in the 73 ACMG-recommended genes in 1559 Thai exomes. J Hum Genet (2022).

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