Structure of paper should be: 1.Title of paper and your name(s) 2. Introduction and summary of your topic, details will depend on your topic, you are essentially writing a review paper on a certain topic. Look at some genomic review papers to get an idea on what substructures could be used. You got feedback on part 1, so you should know now if the substructure of your paper will work or if changes are needed. Briefly introduce the relevant background of your topic and why genomic aspects are important in relation to this topic. Summarize what you found for your topic, structure with subheadings to better follow readings and use the different subheadings as you suggested in your part 1 submission including any of my recommendations for improvement. Make sure there are clearly genomic aspects, and you are not just talking about a single gene or just about the disease by itself, its symptoms etc. most of the time. Add information on how genomic data is collected (either clinically, in research labs or otherwise) and the bioinformatics used for analysis of your genomic data that you chose to report on. You can also add information on how genomic information can help with treatment options. The final paper should have at least 1500 words for an individual or 2500 for a group of 2 (this is not double the word count because you will need extra time to coordinate between two people). If you are a group make sure that you integrate your writing. One person writing one part patched together with another person writing a different section and no edits afterwards never reads well, has often redundant information, different styles etc. So, make sure you finish early enough so you combine different parts well if you are a group. Make sure your writing is informative but concise, avoid redundant statements and unnecessary technical details and fillers. Do not write sentences that simply contain facts that you collected but that you cannot explain to another person. Those type of sentences often use wrong wording or often make no sense. Keep it simple but informative. Someone who reads it should clearly understand what you did for your literature research and why you did it. 3. References (does not count toward word count): Cite any references that were used to prepare this paper. Use a complete APA style in the reference list the includes a list of authors, year of publication, title of paper, journal name, issue and pages if available. Also, cite in the text wherever that reference relates to (such as Miller 2019 or Miller and Smith 2020, or Miller et al. 2021). The reference list should be consistently formatted, in alphabetical order, and contain mostly primary references such as peer reviewed scientific studies (at least 8 overall, 12 if you are a group). Only list references that you used and listed in the text of this report, what is cited in the text and in the reference list should match. Avoid using references that are older than 5 years unless you need one or two for comparison of past, presence and future. This entire paper should be written in your own words and no plagiarizing or close paraphrasing will be allowed. Do not write in direct quotations since this is just another way of copy and paste. If you are a group of two people you will get both the same score for this assignment; make sure you collaborate only with a classmate that is reliable and will do his or her part. There is no way for me to tell who did what and the entire paper is only as good as the combined final product. Use a standard font, 11 points and single spaced, 1-inch margins in a Microsoft word format. Do not use other file formats because it will delay grading because external plagiarizing software has to be used. Provide word count (not including references). Upload as an attachment file (.docx) and make sure it is readable after upload. Any corrupted files, empty files, files in wrong format or simply links to outside files will not be accepted. Try to upload well in advance of the deadline to have some buffer in case you have internet problems or other emergencies. I will not review earlier publishs of the paper other than your outline. Use your feedback from the outline as a guide.