Genome-wide patterns of copy number variation in the diversified chicken genomes using next-generation sequencing

@inproceedings{Yi2014GenomewidePO,
  title={Genome-wide patterns of copy number variation in the diversified chicken genomes using next-generation sequencing},
  author={Guoqiang Yi and Lujiang Qu and Jian-feng Liu and Yiyuan Yan and Guiyun Xu and Ning Yang},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2014}
}
Copy number variation (CNV) is important and widespread in the genome, and is a major cause of disease and phenotypic diversity. Herein, we performed a genome-wide CNV analysis in 12 diversified chicken genomes based on whole genome sequencing. A total of 8,840 CNV regions (CNVRs) covering 98.2 Mb and representing 9.4% of the chicken genome were identified, ranging in size from 1.1 to 268.8 kb with an average of 11.1 kb. Sequencing-based predictions were confirmed at a high validation rate by… CONTINUE READING
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