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Old 08-01-2019, 07:07 AM   #1
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Default Karyomapping Illumina


Someone Knows how does it works Karyomapping by Illumina? I know that by SNPs array analysis it permits to reconstruct haplotypes and to knows if a particular mutation is transmitted to embryos; it it true that it could reveal also aneuploidies and balanced translocations?
I know that with snps arrays is it not possible to identify balanced translocations or invertions but why with Illumina Karyomapping should be possible?
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