A Vietnamese human genetic variation database

@article{Le2019AVH,
  title={A Vietnamese human genetic variation database},
  author={Vinh S Le and Kien Trung Tran and Hoai Bui and Huong Thi Minh Le and Canh D Nguyen and Duong Huy Do and Ha thi thanh Ly and Linh Thi Dieu Pham and Lan T M Dao and Liem Thanh Nguyen},
  journal={Human Mutation},
  year={2019},
  volume={40},
  pages={1664 - 1675}
}
Large scale human genome projects have created tremendous human genome databases for some well‐studied populations. Vietnam has about 95 million people (the 14th largest country by population in the world) of which more than 86% are Kinh people. To date, genetic studies for Vietnamese people mostly rely on genetic information from other populations. Building a Vietnamese human genetic variation database is a must for properly interpreting Vietnamese genetic variants. To this end, we sequenced… Expand
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