Genetics as it applies to evolution, molecular biology, and medical aspects.
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How many human genes have the scientists mapped? And there are a total of how many genes in a somatic cell? Are the information on the mapped genes all saved in computer databases? Is this what I hear as career in bioinformatics? Thanks for your answers to my questions.
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u can view them all at ensembl
however this figure can change on monthly basis as new gene are identified and wrongly predicted genes are removed
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EMBL and NCBI are two main sources...You can do a search and read the genbank file for more info.
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