A growing number of cytogeneticists are joining a new entity called the Cytogenomics Array Group to share data related to abnormal microarray findings.

CAGdb, the group's database of copy number variants, is the main interface for members who have been enticed to join CAG by the resource's "user-friendly and intuitive interface, search functionality, data output, and community," according to Hutton Kearney, director of the cytogenetics laboratory at the Fullerton Genetics Center at Mission Health in Asheville, NC.

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