Generating realistic artificial Human genomes using adversarial autoencoders
How a DNA ‘Parasite’ May Have Fragmented Our Genes | Quanta Magazine
A novel type of “jumping gene” may explain why the genomes of complex cells aren’t all equally stuffed with noncoding sequences.
Scientists Have Finally Mapped the Whole Human Genome
Scientists have finished mapping the entire human genome, about 20 years after most of the map was complete. In new research this week, a team reports they have achieved a gapless genome sequence, accounting for 8% of genetic information not previously known.