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October 15, 2017 (Vol. 37, No. 18)

Copy Number Variation Probes Inform Diverse Applications

Better Methods to Analyze and Organize DNA Fragments Are Emerging

  • The evolution of the MUC7 gene, which encodes a saliva protein, was studied by scientists at the University at Buffalo. To capture the gene’s proline-, threonine-, and serine-rich tandem repeat copy number variations (CNVs), the scientists analyzed more than 2,500 genomes. This extensive work revealed that MUC7 subexonic CNVs ...

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