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The Structural Struggle

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The diverse world of structural genomic variation research — which includes investigations into copy number variation and mapping myriad inserted, deleted, inverted, and translocated genes — is undoubtedly providing investigators with an exciting and promising source of data on human diversity and disease susceptibility. But if a Nature paper published by the 1,000 Genomes Project's Structural Variant group in February is any indication, eureka moments in this field may be a bit further off than researchers originally hoped.

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