Copy Number

Some articles on copy number, copy:

CCL3L1 - Clinical Significance
... The copy number of this gene varies among individuals ... With increased copy number, there is more CCL3L1 expressed, and so competition for the CCR5 binding site is increased ... to slower advancement of disease in HIV-infected individuals, giving those with greater copy number more resistance ...
Virtual Karyotype - Examples of Clinical Cancer Applications - Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia
... Genome-wide assessment of copy number changes can be done by conventional cytogenetics or virtual karyotyping ... SNP array virtual karyotyping can detect copy number changes and LOH status, while arrayCGH can detect only copy number changes ... Copy neutral LOH (acquired uniparental disomy) has been reported at key loci in ALL, such as CDKN2A gene at 9p, which have prognostic significance ...
Murder Of Meredith Kercher - Summary of Prosecution and Defence Arguments - DNA Samples On Bra Clasp and Knife
... The sample was a low copy number (LCN) sample, which should have been run several times for confirmation, as the chance of contamination is higher ... The prosecution did not tell the defence that it was a low copy number sample ... because the international protocol for tests on low copy number DNA analysis had not been followed ...
... unknown function that shows a striking human lineage-specific (HLS) increase in copy number and may be important to human brain evolution ... The copy number of DUF1220 domains increases generally as a function of a species evolutionary proximity to humans ... DUF1220 copy number is highest in human (over 270, with some person-to-person variations) ...

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