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There is an increasing interest in using multiple types of omics features (e.g., DNA sequences, RNA expressions, methylation, protein expressions, and metabolic profiles) to study how the relationships between phenotypes and genotypes may be mediated by other omics markers. Genotypes and...
Populations of non‐European ancestry are substantially underrepresented in genome‐wide association studies (GWAS). As genetic effects can differ between ancestries due to possibly different causal variants or linkage disequilibrium patterns, a meta‐analysis that includes GWAS of all populations...
Linkage analysis maps genetic loci for a heritable trait by identifying genomic regions with excess relatedness among individuals with similar trait values. Analysis may be conducted on related individuals from families, or on samples of unrelated individuals from a population. For allelically...
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