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Were you aware that the ISCA database CNV tracks can easily be loaded and viewed in Nexus Copy Number and Nexus Solo?

The ISCA database contains whole genome array data from a subset of the ISCA Consortium clinical diagnostic laboratories. CNV calls and their clinical interpretations are available to the public and this great resource can be viewed easily in the Nexus genome browser. You just need to download the BED files from the ISCA website and load them into Nexus Copy Number/Nexus Solo. You then select to view these in the annotation tracks. The process is very easy and detailed instructions are available here. If you’ve tried this and find it to be valuable or would like to see other data loaded into Nexus please let us know by commenting below.