Researchers in the Department of Genetics at the Harvard University Medical School have been awarded $500,000 by the National Institutes of Health for the first year of a four-year project to study multi-allelic copy number variation in the human genome.

As part of the research, the Harvard team is using a Bio-Rad QX100 Droplet Digital PCR system as one of two methods to analyze multi-allelic CNVs in human cohorts. The researchers are also using a computational method that compares available whole-genome sequencing data.

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