Identify copy number variations in your human NGS data
The xGen CNV Backbone Panel—Tech Access spans the entire human genome, allowing you to generate reference coverage data that can be used to detect copy number variations (CNVs). This panel consists of 9115 individually synthesized xGen Lockdown Probes spaced approximately every 0.34 Mb across the genome.
With its convenient modular formulation, the xGen CNV Backbone Panel—Tech Access can be used either as a spike-in addition to other xGen Lockdown Probe panels, such as the xGen Exome Research Panel, or independently for standalone NGS target capture.
IDT is committed to providing our customers with high-performance products for researchers working on the cutting edge of scientific discovery. The NGS Tech Access program at IDT is intended to accelerate innovation by enabling earlier access to our most advanced genomics tools. However, Tech Access products are not functionally QC-tested. These products are particularly well suited to experienced researchers who require the most up-to-date technology to unlock new discoveries.