Itsik Pe’er: Identity by descent in medical and population genomics

07/13/2017 @ 09:45-10:30
Tutorial by Itsik Pe’er
Identity by descent in medical and population genomics
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6. Gusev, A., Kenny, E.E., Lowe, J.K., Salit, J., Saxena, R., Kathiresan, S., Altshuler, D.M., Friedman, J.M., Breslow, J.L. and Pe’er, I., 2011. DASH: a method for identical-by-descent haplotype mapping uncovers association with recent variation. The American Journal of Human Genetics, 88(6), pp.706-717.
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