Genotype, haplotype and copy-number variation in worldwide human populations.
Nature. 2008 Feb 21; 451(7181):998-1003
Jakobsson M, Scholz SW, Scheet P, Gibbs JR, ..., Cann HM, Hardy JA, Rosenberg NA, Singleton AB. Jakobsson M, Scholz SW, Scheet P, Gibbs JR, VanLiere JM, Fung HC, Szpiech ZA, Degnan JH, Wang K, Guerreiro R, Bras JM, Schymick JC, Hernandez DG, Traynor BJ, Simon-Sanchez J, Matarin M, Britton A, van de Leemput J, Rafferty I, Bucan M, Cann HM, Hardy JA, Rosenberg NA, Singleton AB. Nature. 2008 Feb 21; 451(7181):998-1003
I found this article interesting because it provides new insights into patterns of genetic variation in geographically diverse human populations.
The authors genotyped over 500,000 SNPs in the HGDP-CEPH panel, a collection of approximately 1,000 individuals sampled from worldwide populations.
These data were used to investigate...
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