Ancestry informative markers for fine-scale individual assignment to worldwide populations

@article{Paschou2010AncestryIM,
  title={Ancestry informative markers for fine-scale individual assignment to worldwide populations},
  author={P. Paschou and Jamey Lewis and Asif Javed and Petros Drineas},
  journal={Journal of Medical Genetics},
  year={2010},
  volume={47},
  pages={835 - 847}
}
  • P. Paschou, Jamey Lewis, +1 author Petros Drineas
  • Published 2010
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Medical Genetics
  • Background and aims The analysis of large-scale genetic data from thousands of individuals has revealed the fact that subtle population genetic structure can be detected at levels that were previously unimaginable. Using the Human Genome Diversity Panel as reference (51 populations - 650,000 SNPs), this works describes a systematic evaluation of the resolution that can be achieved for the inference of genetic ancestry, even when small panels of genetic markers are used. Methods and results A… CONTINUE READING
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