Journal of Clinical Genomics

About Human Genome Variation

The human genome is polymorphic, i.e., there are many DNA sequence variants among different individuals. These variants are the molecular basis of the genetic individuality of each member of our species. In addition, this genetic variability is the molecular substrate of the evolutionary process. Finally, this variability causes disease phenotypes or predispositions to common complex or multifactorial phenotypes and traits.


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