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The Overlook on Neuro-Genomics: Review

Rajavarman kittu, Anuja Mishra


Neuro-Genomics is where all the neurology cases with hereditary traits are getting diagnosed though the modern laboratory medicine techniques. It is very important to know about Human body and its complication neuro structure including the genetic components with respect to hereditary patterns and traits. The impact of 1000 genome project is very significant, since the switch between the genetics to genomics screening came to daily practice in clinical world. In this article we are discussing about the utility of next generation sequencing, databases of common, complex and rare genetic alterations captured in hereditary conditions from neurology cases across the globe.


Neuro-genomics, neurons, chromosome, mutations, next-generation sequencing

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