Asked Mar 11, 2020

About 2000 G bands are visible in a high-resolution
karyotype of the 3 billion base pairs in the haploid
human genome. If the genome contains about
27,000 genes, about how many genes would be removed by a deletion of DNA that could be detected
by karyotype analysis?
9. Suppose you performed


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Karyotype analysis or chromosome analysis is a test used to evaluate the number and structure of a person's chromosome to detect the abnormality. Any cha...

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