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Human Genome is the genome of the Homo Sapiens. It consists of the coding regions of the DNA which encodes all the genes. It also consists of all the non-coding regions of the DNA which does not encode for any genes.

Six features of the human genome are:


1.The genome has around 3164.7 million nucleotide bases.


2.99.9 % of the nucleotide bases are same in all humans.


3.The largest gene is Dystrophin having 2.4 million bases.


4.Chromosome 1 has most genes (2968) and Y has the least genes (231).


5.Less than 2% of the genome has the coding sequence for proteins.


6.Only 50% of the total discovered genes have known functions.


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