Is noteworthy that the team also found that about 1 percent of the X chromosome genes.

Is noteworthy that the team also found that about 1 percent of the X chromosome genes, when knocked-out, have no apparent effect on the individual’s ability, in the ordinary world. The publication in Nature Genetics – a culmination of five years of scientific collaboration – emphasizes the power of sequencing approaches to to identify novel genes of clinical importance, but also highlights the challenges researchers face when carrying out this type of study.

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