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Characterizing Structural Variants

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Structural variants (SVs) are genomic variants encompassing insertions, deletions, duplications, inversions and translocations. SV analysis is of high importance for increasing our understanding of diseases including cancer, neurological disorders, and rare genetic diseases. Using long nanopore sequencing reads, SVs can now be characterized with unprecedented resolution.

Download this guide to discover tips on:

  • Planning
  • Extraction
  • Sample and library preparation
  • Sequencing
  • Analysis