Human Genome Was Sequenced, Right?

Well, not completely. According to Larry Moran, a Professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Toronto, “We can say that only 90% of the human genome has been sequenced and the remaining 10% falls into 357 gaps scattered throughout the genome.” Read all the numbers at Sandwalk – Strolling with a Biochemist.

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