DoG_CNV : Database of Genomic Copy Number Variants in the dog genome
The LUPA project is a Collaborative Research Project funded by the European Commission under the 7th Research Framework Programme.
An initiative of the LUPA group is to identify the catalogue of Copy Number Variants in the canine genome. DoG_CNV is the Database of Genomic Copy Number Variants in the canine genome.
This work is initiated by Hannes Lohi, Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, Matt Webster and Christophe Hitte
Reference for this work: Novel origins of copy number variation in the dog genome.
Jonas Berglund, Elisa M Nevalainen, Anna-Maja Molin, Michele Perloski, The LUPA consortium, Catherine Andre, Michael C Zody, Ted Sharpe, Christophe Hitte, Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, Hannes Lohi and Matthew T Webster
Genome Biology 2012, 13:R73 (23 August 2012)
- Format exemple : NSD_n=2_-1 Two individuals of the NSD breed present this CNV with -1 deletion
- CNVs are represented by red and blue bars according to the consensus color scheme in genomics databases DGV, NCBI, DECIPHER, UCSC and ISCA [red for CNV loss, blue for CNV gain].
- A UCSC track has been customized to display all SNPs from the canine Illumina HD-array