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Normalization involves reducing representations of a variant to a canonical representation. Normalization can be applied to biallelic variants or multiallelic variants. The problem of normalization is solvable and there exists a unique representation that is left aligned and parsimonious. Mathematical proof is published. [http://bioinformatics.oxfordjournals.org/content/~~early~~/2015/~~03~~/~~22~~/~~bioinformatics~~.~~btv112~~]

+Normalization involves reducing representations of a variant to a canonical representation. Normalization can be applied to biallelic variants or multiallelic variants. The problem of normalization is solvable and there exists a unique representation that is left aligned and parsimonious. Mathematical proof is published. [http://bioinformatics.oxfordjournals.org/content/suppl/2015/02/19/btv112.DC1/VtNormApplicationNote_supp_20141113_1346.pdf]

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