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What does SV stand for?

Structural Variation (genomics)

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a life sciences company pioneering solid-state, single-molecule positional sequencing with broad applicability in DNA analysis, today announced that the company has closed a $20 million Series D financing to support the commercial launch of the company's positional sequencing system with initial applications in genome assembly and finishing and in analysis of structural variation in genomes.
Despite the growing amount of sequencing data that sheds some light on the nature of these structural variations, the molecular mechanisms behind these detrimental alterations are unclear.
They review the role family theories have had in family science, then researchers from the US present 23 chapters on theories related to areas in parenting and parent-child relationships, romantic relationships, conflict and aggression, structural variation and transitions in families, demographic variations in families, and families and extra-familial institutions.
The long, accurate sequencing reads are ideal for identifying multiple tumor mutations that can include structural variations and rare somatic mutations.
Their structural variation is vast and they are essential for living systems.
Short-inserts are used for high-resolution genome sequencing while longer reads are utilized for efficient sequence assemble, de novo sequencing and large-scale structural variation detection.
The structural variation in the species of this genus (Mound & Marullo 1996) presents a complex scenario for the study of this group.
The structural variation of bile salts in birds is extensive and comparable to that seen in surveys of bile salts in reptiles and mammals.

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