NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A team led by Human Longevity's Craig Venter and the Scripps Research Institute's Amalio Telenti, the former CSO of Human Longevity, has built a map of sequence constraints for the human genome that it says will help with the interpretation of noncoding regions and genetic variants.

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