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How was the human genome counted and how did scientists get an estimate for the number of genes in the human body?
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How was the human genome counted and how did scientists get an estimate for the number of genes in the human body?
The mapping of the human genome was done under the highly sophisticated Human Genome project. The genes were, and can be sequenced by different methods.

You can get more information about the different methods used using this extract from a well reputed book.
file:///F:/MONSIEUR%20FINNIEMORE/MBBS/STUDY%20NOTES/GENOMICS.pdf
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