Human population genomics studies genetic variation in human populations and how that genetic variation affects phenotypic traits and human disease. The Human Genome Project began with genetic linkage maps and physical maps of the genome. Rapid developments in sequencing technology provided a powerful tool for moving from those maps to comparing genomic sequences and detecting variations between individuals and between populations.
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