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So, at core (it seems) you are interested in the rate of recombination events and the magnitud of their occurrences. This would be the only source I can think of that would give you information about the 'composition' of one chromosome (other than brute-force sequencing). As you seem to know, recombination is an important factor that 'shuffles' some ...


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The human genome doesn't contain 30000 genome, rather it contains 30000 genes, as the HGP has said us. Human gene is split gene,i.e., long sections of non-coding DNA is present in between short sections of actually coding DNA. Thus there is a lot of junk present. Different genes express themselves by a two step process, the first being transcription, where ...


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