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Whole-genome Sequencing Impact Factor

Whole genome sequencing is ostensibly the one-time process of determining the entire DNA sequence of an organism's genome. It includes sequencing all of the chromosomal DNA of an organism as well as the DNA found in the mitochondria and in the chloroplast, for plants. In practice, near-complete genome sequences are also called sequences of whole genomes. Genomic knowledge was instrumental in defining hereditary conditions, characterizing the mutations that cause the progression of cancer and monitoring outbreaks of diseases. The bar-coded DNA from several bacteria is combined and inserted into the sequencer of the entire genome. The sequencer recognizes the A's, C's, T's, and G's or bases which make up increasing sequence of bacteria. The sequencer makes use of the bar code to track which bases belong to which bacteria.

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