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A team from MIT and Harvard describe a single-cell sequencing strategy for detecting large, somatic copy number variants spanning a million bases or more. After looking at the sensitivity and specificity of existing low-coverage single-cell sequencing methods for megabase CNV detection, the researchers came up with their own tweaks to bump up the sensitivity of their analytical methods.

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