Genome-wide profiling refers to the analysis of the entire set of genes or genetic material in an organism, cell, or tissue. It involves the identification and analysis of genetic variants, including single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), insertions, deletions, and copy number variations (CNVs), among others. Genome-wide profiling can be used to study the genetic basis of diseases, identify disease-associated genes and pathways, and develop targeted therapies. Techniques used for genome-wide profiling include whole-genome sequencing, microarray analysis, and next-generation sequencing technologies

see Gene expression profiling

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