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A Genome Is The Complete Set Of Genetic Information In An Organism

Journal of Clinical Genomics.

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A Genome Is The Complete Set Of Genetic Information In An Organism

A genome is the whole set of genetic facts in an organism It offers all the records the organism requires to function. In dwelling organisms, the genome is saved in lengthy molecules of DNA known as chromosomes. Small sections of DNA, known as genes, code for the RNA and protein molecules required by the organism. In eukaryotes, every cell's genome is contained within a membranecertain structure called the nucleus. Prokaryotes, which incorporate no inner membranes, store their genome in a place of the cytoplasm called the nucleoid. the full variety of RNA molecules expressed via a genome is known as its transcriptomic, and the entire collection of proteins produced through the genome is known as its proteome. There are 23 pairs of chromosomes in the human genome. among 1990 and 2003, all twenty-3 pairs have been absolutely sequenced through an global research task referred to as the Human Genome assignment

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