Comparative genomic hybridization


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NAME

Comparative genomic hybridization

DESCRIPTION

Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) is a method for detecting regional variation in DNA copy number between a test and a control genomic sample. It is used to find the location of large changes including deletions, duplications and amplifications.

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