Though recent studies have established chromosomal microarrays as a higher-yield tool for detecting constitutional abnormalities, geneticists continue to work to link copy number variations with specific phenotypes.

The US National Institute of Child Health and Human Development recently granted a team led by researchers from Columbia University Medical Center $5 million to better understand how variants uncovered by array analysis might be linked to developmental delay, structural abnormalities, and diseases.

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