Association between Human Genome with Clinical Outcome

There have been many fascinating new innovations in genetics as a result of the successes of the Human Genome Project and subsequent advances in genotyping. The genetics field has been compelled to consider on a genome-wide scale by genome-wide association studies, which have discovered novel genetic risk factors for many prevalent human illnesses. Looking ahead, it is clear that the present advances in genome-wide association studies will alter when new methods for identifying genetic susceptibilities that result in features specific to a familial trait are developed. Since the human genome is now able to provide complete and accurate information data that allows access to specific DNA groupings to analyse clinical queries, innovation has given researchers a comprehensive understanding of human genomes. The methods used to examine the use of genome-wide association studies with population-based legal analyses have been improved. Related techniques from genome wide association studies have also been incorporated into standard therapeutic practise.

Author(s) Details:

Zahid Balouch,
Biochemistry Department, College of Medicine, University of Ha’il, Saudi Arabia.

Fahmida Khatoon,
Biochemistry Department, College of Medicine, University of Ha’il, Saudi Arabia and United Medical College, Jinnah University, Pakistan.

Rana Aboras,
Community Medicine Depertment, Hail University, Saudi Arabia.

Amal Daher Alshammari,
Community Medicine Depertment, Hail University, Saudi Arabia.

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