In Print: Last Week's Microarray Papers of Note | GenomeWeb

Signature of backward replication slippage at the copy number variation junction.
J Hum Genet. 2014 Mar 20. [Epub ahead of print]
Ohye T, et al.

The authors used chromsomal microarrays to analyze the del(2)(q13q14.2) chromosomal junction site observed in a woman with a recurrent pregnancy loss. They were able to demarcate a 2.8 megabase deletion that does not appear in the database of human genomic variations.

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