A survey of genetic human cortical gene expression

@article{Myers2007ASO,
  title={A survey of genetic human cortical gene expression},
  author={Amanda J. Myers and Jesse Raphael Gibbs and Jennifer A. Webster and Kristen C Rohrer and Alice S. Zhao and Lauren Marlowe and Mona Kaleem and Doris S. Leung and Leslie Bryden and Priti Nath and Victoria Zismann and Keta Joshipura and Matthew J. Huentelman and Diane Hu-Lince and Keith D. Coon and David W. Craig and John V. Pearson and Peter Holmans and Christopher B. Heward and Eric M. Reiman and Dietrich A. Stephan and John S. Hardy},
  journal={Nature Genetics},
  year={2007},
  volume={39},
  pages={1494-1499}
}
It is widely assumed that genetic differences in gene expression underpin much of the difference among individuals and many of the quantitative traits of interest to geneticists. Despite this, there has been little work on genetic variability in human gene expression and almost none in the human brain, because tools for assessing this genetic variability have not been available. Now, with whole-genome SNP genotyping arrays and whole-transcriptome expression arrays, such experiments have become… CONTINUE READING

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