Chromosome 9 (human)

In the human genome, chromosome 9 is one of the 23 chromosomes. It is a submetacentric chromosome, found within group C of the human karyotype. As with all autosomes, somatic cells carry two copies of chromosome 9, while gametes carry only one copy.

Chromosome 9 is approximately 145 Mbp (million base pairs) in length, comprising ~4.5% of the haploid genome
Chromosome 9 has approximately 800-1200 genes

Significant genes (and some related genetic diseases) on chromosome 9 include: