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I was really surprised to read the article that ChiSq gave me so much information about sequencing the genome.
Just so you know, I had just read in Medical Xpress how genetics can lead to stronger immunity to some diseases, including tuberculosis (TB), syphilis and even, potentially, a fatal disease called the Hemophilia A Syndrome.
However, I did not know that all of the physical traits such as bone density and leanness also were genetic, and that it can also have a genetic component.
ChiSq provided a trove of options on potential genetic birthmarks and malformations that they studied, and the array of genetic variations and not only of course, but gene variants, including the common strains called the “code variants”, and of course, the rarer forms of genes called “chimeras” (derived from the Greek words “variants” and “chimeras”, Chimerism being a sort of dynamic emotional organism).
Why anyone would think that “Z” and “C” could be different is beyond me, and I doubt they have reached the same level of education as I am.
ChiSq also shows how “variant” in the DNA coding itself has a much wider range than “C” is generally assumed, and it is not a factor as large or the dominant factor as we tend to think.
“Variant” is generally considered to mean the specific portion of DNA, usually situated to the left or right of the DNA code, called the sequence, that must be “fixed” for a gene to be correctly expressed.
ChiSq did a thorough estimate of how many “Variants” there are in the DNA of a person from the reports on the samples, and I was astonished to learn that there were between 140,000 and the more than 2.4 million.
They calculated the number of “Chimeras” or “genes with different errors” in DNA to be, approximately 8700.
This was calculated by looking at the DNA profiles of people who had been a part of the clinical databases (they have all the identifiable DNA samples from each person) and compared those profiles to the reports they had reviewed, and they computed the gene sequence “Chimeras” using the exact variation of the DNA, known as a “readout.”
This method would have to be replaced with a computerized visualized program.
To estimate the number of genetic variations they can identify, the number of genes they can calculate, you can try one of the most popular ones, like Genica or Reflit.
When the number of genes you can compute are many thousands, it becomes more clear what many of these genetic variants actually are.
“When a mutation results in a difference in a gene that’s expressed, then we are left with how many genetic variants (often called “Variants” or “genes with differences”) changed in that domain,” said Dr. Ward, who has studied biological functions of genes in humans.
You can read the rest of Dr. Bloch’s article on ChiSq’s website here.
I want to be more educated about the genetic basis of my health, and I want to know more about my fitness, as well. I’m still a beginner, and it’s not easy to find sources of information on the amount of genes that are to blame, and when someone is “fattening”, and how many Genes were used to obtain the same size.
Have any other questions?
I’m getting a brand new machine from Hitachi, and they have a simple yet effective tool called Hitachi Biologicals.
I’m also looking at elexgenetics, which has a lot of the same information as ChiSq.
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