Copy number variation identification software tools | Whole-exome sequencing data analysis
Gene copy number variation is a particular form of polymorphism and structural variation where the number of copies of a single gene varies between individuals of a same species. This phenomenon plays a key role in individual variability and can be influenced by selection. Whole-exome sequencing is used to detect and characterize genome and copy number variation. Software tools are used for processing, analysis, and visualization of structural variation based on sequencing data.
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