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Evolutionary impact of copy number variation rates

AuthorsRodrigo, Guillermo
Issue Date2017
CitationBMC Research Notes
AbstractCopy number variation is now recognized as one of the major sources of genetic variation among individuals in natural populations of any species. However, the relevance of these unexpected observations goes beyond diagnosing high diversity. Results: Here, it is argued that
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