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Artificial Intelligence Forecasting of Covid-19 in China
BACKGROUND An alternative to epidemiological models for transmission dynamics of Covid-19 in China, we propose the artificial intelligence (AI)-inspired methods for real-time forecasting of Covid-19Expand
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Genome-wide gene and pathway analysis
Current GWAS have primarily focused on testing association of single SNPs. To only test for association of single SNPs has limited utility and is insufficient to dissect the complex genetic structureExpand
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Pleiotropy Analysis of Quantitative Traits at Gene Level by Multivariate Functional Linear Models
  • Yifan Wang, A. Liu, +6 authors R. Fan
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Genetic epidemiology
  • 1 May 2015
In genetics, pleiotropy describes the genetic effect of a single gene on multiple phenotypic traits. A common approach is to analyze the phenotypic traits separately using univariate analyses andExpand
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Forecasting and evaluating intervention of Covid-19 in the World
When the Covid-19 pandemic enters dangerous new phase, whether and when to take aggressive public health interventions to slow down the spread of COVID-19. To develop the artificial intelligence (AI)Expand
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Functional Linear Models for Association Analysis of Quantitative Traits
Functional linear models are developed in this paper for testing associations between quantitative traits and genetic variants, which can be rare variants or common variants or the combination of theExpand
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High resolution T association tests of complex diseases based on family data.
This paper proposes family based Hotelling's T(2) tests for high resolution linkage disequilibrium (LD) mapping or association studies of complex diseases. Assume that genotype data of multipleExpand
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Longitudinal Association Analysis of Quantitative Traits
TLDR
In this article, longitudinal methods are developed for temporal association mapping to analyze population longitudinal data that incorporate temporal variations and temporal trends. Expand
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A Comparison Study of Fixed and Mixed Effect Models for Gene Level Association Studies of Complex Traits
In association studies of complex traits, fixed‐effect regression models are usually used to test for association between traits and major gene loci. In recent years, variance‐component tests basedExpand
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High Resolution T2 Association Tests of Complex Diseases Based on Family Data
This paper proposes family based Hotelling's T2 tests for high resolution linkage disequilibrium (LD) mapping or association studies of complex diseases. Assume that genotype data of multiple markersExpand
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Evaluating the effect of public health intervention on the global-wide spread trajectory of Covid-19
As COVID-19 evolves rapidly, the issues the governments of affected countries facing are whether and when to take public health interventions and what levels of strictness of these interventionsExpand
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