X-transposed region on chromosome Y
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Hi everyone!

This is my very first time posting here.

I'm working on a project on a region called "the X-transposed" region, that's on the chromosome Y. This is a 3 Mb region that is located on chromosome X, and that originated from a duplication from chromosome X.

I except it should be appear as a CNV gain on CNV databases? Could any here find it? I haven't been able to...

Thank you so much !

Alex

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Hi,

why would it appear as a CNV? =) The copy-number of PAR region is the same in males and females =) Usually these regions are excluded from calling.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudoautosomal_region

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Thank you very much for your answer!

Actually the X-transposed region is another region that the PAR1 and 2 regions. But indeed, it's really similar, and the copy-number of the X-transposed should be the same in males and females !

Could you think of a way to check it the flanking regions of this X-transposed regions are the same in all humans?

Thanks a million !

Alex

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