Digital Karyotyping 1.0.1
Digital Karyotyping (DK) is a method that provides quantitative analysis of DNA copy number at high resolution. DK uses cleaving enzymes to obtain unique tags (short but representative DNA sequences) at approximately 4 kb intervals along the entire genome.
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- R package
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Digital karyotyping: an update of its applications in cancer.
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