Finding structural variation from the human skin fibroblast at the single-cell level

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001006498 Other

Study Description

Somatic structural variants (SVs) are widespread in cancer, but their impact on disease evolution is understudied due to a lack of methods to directly characterize their molecular consequences. We present a computational method, scNOVA, that integrates haplotype-resolved SV discovery with nucleosome occupancy analysis using Strand-seq, to functionally characterize SVs in single cells.

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In this study, we aimed to identify somatic structural variation of Skin fibroblast at the single-cell level and investigate its direct consequence on the nucleosome occupancy using scNOVA approach. For this purpose, we performed strand-specific single-cell sequencing of skin fibroblast sample from male donor.
NextSeq 500 95

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