Haplotype-Resolved Genome Illustrates Potential Impact of Phase on Function and Disease | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

While many researchers agree that resolving both haplotype sequences of a human genome will be essential to relate genetic variation to phenotype and disease, most large-scale genome sequencing projects neglect this today due to the technical challenges of haplotype phasing.

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