I was reading some papers on copy number variations. Some of the papers referred to TCGA website from where they downloaded the copy number variation(CNV) data. Most papers mention that on average less than 100 CNVs are found in a cancer cell but when I look at the CNV data of TCGA website almost all of them have more than 100 CNVs in each sample. So why TCGA has such high CNVs in each sample.
Question: Why copy number variations of TCGA is so high
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akij • 90
akij • 90 wrote:
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