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Functional /structural genomics

Introduction: Functional /structural genomics

Description of Functional /structural genomics

Functional /structural genomics: field that utilizes genetic maps, expression and sequences to determine how genes relate, interact and function in an organism; functional and structural analyses allow for the identification of genes that are essential to the viability or virulence of a pathogen or the proliferation of a certain human disease; structural genomics involves the relation of protein structures and functions in relation to gene sequences.
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