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ID: 51
Organism ImageHomo sapiens (human)

Human genome projects have generated an unprecedented amount of knowledge about human genetics and health.

Lineage: Eukaryota[1065]; Metazoa[386]; Chordata[201]; Craniata[196]; Vertebrata[196]; Euteleostomi[192]; Mammalia[91]; Eutheria[87]; Euarchontoglires[36]; Primates[16]; Haplorrhini[13]; Catarrhini[10]; Hominidae[5]; Homo[1]; Homo sapiens[1]
Study of the human condition such as genetic and infectious disease, the intersection between genetics and the environment, and population variation is supported by a wealth of genome-scale data. These data sets include: a) numerous sequenced genomes including several which have been assembled; b) studies that examine transcript and protein existence, More...

Sequence data: genome assemblies: 12; sequence reads: 172 (See  Genome Assembly and Annotation report)

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 Representative (genome information for reference and representative genomes)

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Genome Sequencing, no data101
Clone ends3
Epigenomics1499
Exome151
Map4
Other544
Phenotype or Genotype584
Proteome71
Random survey5
Targeted Locus (Loci)111
Transcriptome or Gene expression13313
Variation1219

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