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Table 2 Comparison of CNVRs identified in this study with other studies (based on the Sscrofa 11.1 genome assembly)

From: Genome-wide detection of CNV regions and their potential association with growth and fatness traits in Duroc pigs

Study Platform Software Breeds (Number1) Samples Number of CNVRs2 (original CNVRs3) Number of overlapped CNVRs in this study
Chen et al. [27] Porcine SNP60 PennCNV Duroc, Rongchang, etc. (18) 1693 243 (565) 69
Wang et al. [28] Porcine SNP60 PennCNV Duroc, Laiwu, etc. (10) 302 146 (348) 37
Wiedmann et al. [29] Porcine SNP60 PennCNV α Mixed Breed Swine (1) 1802 185 (502) 37
Wang et al. [30] 1 M aCGH Agilent Genomic Workbench Duroc, Yorkshire, etc. (9) 12 436 (758) 44
Xie et al. [31] Porcine SNP60 PennCNV Xiang, Kele (2) 120 75 (172) 15
Stafuzza et al. [32] Porcine SNP80 PennCNV Duroc (1) 3520 136 (425) 81
Wang et al. [33] Porcine SNP80 PennCNV Large White (1) 857 175 (312) 97
Keel et al. [34] Next-generation sequencing CNVnator & LUMPY Duroc, Landrace, etc. (3) 240 3538 338
Zheng et al. [17] Next-generation sequencing CNVnator & CNVcaller Duroc (1) 29 6700 1030
  1. All CNVRs identified in other studies were converted to Sscrofa 11.1 genome assembly using the liftOver tool. 1Pig breeds used for comparison; 2Successfully converted CNVRs; 3Original number of CNVRs