The human genome structure and organization.

Abstract

Genetic information of human is encoded in two genomes: nuclear and mitochondrial. Both of them reflect molecular evolution of human starting from the beginning of life (about 4.5 billion years ago) until the origin of Homo sapiens species about 100,000 years ago. From this reason human genome contains some features that are common for different groups of… (More)

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@article{Makaowski2001TheHG, title={The human genome structure and organization.}, author={Wojciech Makałowski}, journal={Acta biochimica Polonica}, year={2001}, volume={48 3}, pages={587-98} }