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What is Genome-sequencing?
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Genome-sequencing studies indicate that all humans carry many genetic variants predicted to cause loss of function (LoF) of protein-coding genes, suggesting unexpected redundancy in the human genome. Here we apply stringent filters to 2951 putative LoF variants obtained from 185 human genomes to determine their true prevalence and properties. We estimate that human genomes typically contain ~100 genuine LoF variants with ~20 genes completely inactivated. We identify rare and likely deleterious LoF alleles, including 26 known and 21 predicted severe disease–causing variants, as well as common LoF variants in nonessential genes. We describe functional and evolutionary differences between LoF-tolerant and recessive disease genes and a method for using these differences to prioritize candidate genes found in clinical sequencing studies.

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Hi ashishbansal12300

Before we take down this post, we want to understand the objective behind this.

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I believe the user has copied the text from a manuscript and pasted here and trying to figure out the term "Genome Sequencing" in that text mean!!

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If that's the case, then OP needs to re frame the question.

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