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Researchers from the UK catalog structure variants in the human genome using high-coverage genome sequences for more than 900 individuals from populations around the world who were sampled for the Human Genome Diversity panel. Compared to a human reference genome, these sequences contained more than 126,000 variants, including a slew of structural changes not reported previously and variants with distinct frequencies from one population to the next.

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