The human genome: organization and evolutionary history.

@article{Bernardi1995TheHG,
  title={The human genome: organization and evolutionary history.},
  author={Giorgio Bernardi},
  journal={Annual review of genetics},
  year={1995},
  volume={29},
  pages={445-76}
}
This review outlines briefly the compositional properties of the vertebrate genome, namely its isochore organization, the compositional patterns of DNA molecules and of coding sequences, the compositional correlations between coding and noncoding sequences, and the relationships between isochores and chromosomal bands. It then deals with the fundamental properties of the vertebrate genome, namely the distribution of genes and its associated functional features. Finally, it considers how the… CONTINUE READING
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