Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Science pertaining to the whole genomes of any of several species, including humans; refers to the sequencing of DNA, the identification of genes, the discovery of normal and abnormal gene functions and mutations, and interspecific comparisons; can also include bioinformatics, the storage and retrieval of such information in computer databases.

See functional genomics.

Cf. proteomics.

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