GenomicsGenomics is the study of genes and their function. Genomics refers to the study of whole sets of genes and their interactions; genomics is not used for the analysis of single genes or proteins. Genomics means the study of the sequence, structure, and function of the genome
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An up-to-date and comprehensive overview of next-generation sequencing data analysis, highlighting problems and limitations, applications and developing trends in various fields of genome research.
GenomicsGenomics refers to the study of genes and their function. Genomics leads to an understanding of the molecular mechanisms of disease, including the complex interplay of genetic and environmental factors. Genomics is important in the development of drugs, design of new drugs, vaccines and DNA diagnostics. Genomics-based therapeutics include "traditional" small chemical drugs, protein drugs, and gene therapy. Genomics refers to the large-scale investigation of the structure and function of genes. Genomics aids drug discovery and development, agroscience research, and other fields.
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