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Interpreting SNP-in-gene associations from GWAS studies
For most SNPs identified in GWAS studies, is the underlying assumption that if it is indeed associated with a phenotype (and lets assume its associated because it affects protein function), that you ...
Nov 19 '12 at 21:55
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