Adjusting the focus on human variation.

  title={Adjusting the focus on human variation.},
  author={Molly Przeworski and Richard R. Hudson and Anna Maria Di Rienzo},
  journal={Trends in genetics : TIG},
  volume={16 7},
Studies of nuclear sequence variation are accumulating, such that we can expect a good description of the structure of human variation across populations and genomic regions in the near future. This description will help to elucidate the evolutionary forces that shape patterns of variability. Such an understanding will be of general biological interest, but could also facilitate the design and interpretation of disease-mapping studies. Here, we integrate the results from surveys of nuclear… CONTINUE READING
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