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Why bother predicting proteins badly from DNA sequence when you could have just as well downloaded the manually curated human proteome? As to your questions: Are you asking about human genomes or genomes in general? The vast majority of the variance in human genomes is in non-coding sequence. As to genomes in general, they vary in pretty much every ...


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No, your approach will not work, you are taking a very simplistic view of an extremely complex system. Some of the problems you are ignoring are: Genes (eukaryotic genes anyway) are spliced to produce mRNA, a process that removes introns and leaves only the exons. If you just translate the entire chromosome file you will get noise. Splicing also changes ...



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