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From: Identification of prefoldin amplification (1q23.3-q24.1) in bladder cancer using comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) arrays of urinary DNA

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Array-CGH detected genomic imbalances in urinary specimens. A. Summary ideogram given by the CGH Analytics software for a representative urinary belonging to a patient with a pT1G2 bladder tumor (case 131HG). Average log2 ratio values along the chromosomes are represented by the red line. Displacement of the tracing of this red line to the right or left represents genomic gains or losses, respectively. The ideograms are ordered from chromosome 1 to 22, including chromosomes X and Y as well B. Detailed genomic DNA profile image for the same case obtained using the InSilicoArray CGH software. Average log10 ratio values of the CNVs along the chromosome are represented by the blue line. Displacement of the tracing of this blue line to the right or left represents genomic gains or losses, respectively. The profiles are ordered from chromosome 1 to 22, including chromosomes X and Y as well.

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