Author(s): de Ligt J, Boone PM, Pfundt R, Vissers LE, de Leeuw N, , de Ligt J, Boone PM, Pfundt R, Vissers LE, de Leeuw N,
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Abstract Copy number variation (CNV) is a common source of genetic variation that has been implicated in many genomic disorders, Mendelian diseases, and common/complex traits. Genomic microarrays are often employed for CNV detection. More recently, whole-exome sequencing (WES) has enabled detection of clinically relevant point mutations and small insertion-deletion exome wide. We evaluated (de Ligt et al. 2013)  the utility of short-read WES (SOLiD 5500xl) to detect clinically relevant CNVs in DNA from 10 patients with intellectual disability and compared these results to data from three independent high-resolution microarray platforms. Calls made by the different platforms and detection software are available at dbVar under nstd84.
This article was published in Genom Data
and referenced in Clinical & Medical Biochemistry