INTRODUCTION TO GENETIC EPIDEMIOLOGY

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Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. GENOME WIDE ASSOCIATION STUDIES,1 Setting the pace. 1 a A hype about GWA studies,1 b Genetic terminology revisited. 1 c Genetic association studies,2 Study Designs,2 a Marker level. 2 b Subject level,2 c Gender level,K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. 3 Preliminary analyses, 3 a Quality Control Hardy Weinberg equilibrium and missingness.
3 b Linkage disequilibrium haplotypes and SNP tagging. 3 c Confounding population stratification,4 Tests of association. 4 a Single SNP, 4 b Repeated single SNP tests Multiple testing correction. 4 c Replication,5 Interpretation and follow up,K Van Steen. Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. 1 Setting the pace,1 a A hype about GWA studies,May he live in interesting times. Like it or not we live in interesting times,Robert Kennedy June 7 1966.
K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. How much sequence data are available, The complete genome sequence of humans and of many other species. provides a new starting point for understanding our basic genetic makeup. and how variations in our genetic instructions result in disease. K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies.
K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. 2008 third,K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies.
The pace of the molecular dissection of human disease can be measured by. looking at the catalog of human genes and genetic disorders identified so. far in OMIM which is updated daily www ncbi nlm nih gov omim. V A McKusick Mendelian Inheritance in Man Johns Hopkins Univ Press Baltimore ed. K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. K Van Steen, Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies. What is OMIM, Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man OMIM is a continuously updated. catalog of human genes and genetic disorders and traits with particular. focus on the molecular relationship between genetic variation and. phenotypic expression, It is thus considered to be a phenotypic companion to the Human Genome. Project OMIM is a continuation of Dr Victor A McKusick s Mendelian. Inheritance in Man which was published through 12 editions the last in. OMIM is currently biocurated at the McKusick Nathans Institute of Genetic. Medicine The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Frequently asked questions http www omim org help faq. Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology The different faces of quality control in genetic association studies K Van Steen What is the flow of a genome wide association study The plot in Panel C shows the P values for all genotyped SNPs that have survived a quality control screen with each chromosome shown in a different color The results implicate a locus on chromosome 9 marked by SNPs 1 and

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