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Long-read human genome resequencing is applied to identify the somatic mutations, germ line mutations, and structural variation. Structural variation accounts for most of the base pairs that differ between two human genomes, and causes many genetic disorders. The ability to study structural variants, in addition to smaller single nucleotide variants (SNV) and indels, is critical to understand how genetic variation impacts health and disease in the era of Precision Medicine.


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