Instruction

The NovelCNV Finder aims to identify novel CNVs (absent in human populations) and rare CNVs (with a very low frequency in human populations) in the CNV data provided by users. The default standards for CNV categories are as follows:

  • (1) Common CNV: AB/A x 100% ≥ 70% and AB/B x 100% ≥ 70%, B's Frequency ≥ 1%

  • (2) Rare CNV: AB/A x 100% ≥ 70% and AB/B x 100% ≥ 70%, B's Frequency < 1%

  • (3) Novel CNV but partially overlapping with known CNV: 0< AB/A x 100%< 70% and 0< AB/B x 100%< 70%

  • (4) Novel CNV without overlap: AB/A = AB/B = 0

'A' is any CNV of interest, 'B' is any known CNV archived in this database, and 'AB' is the overlapping part between 'A' and 'B'.

The CNV data in this database are based on the human genome assembly NCBI37/hg19.

  • File upload

    You can upload a text file containing up to 100 CNVs. The tab-delimited file format should contain three columns (Chromsome; CNV Start; CNV End) and no header. An example of input file can be found here.

  • Select overlap ratio:

  • 70% overlapping is default for matching CNVs A and B.

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