Bayesian model choice and search strategies for mapping interacting quantitative trait Loci.

  title={Bayesian model choice and search strategies for mapping interacting quantitative trait Loci.},
  author={Nengjun Yi and Shizhong Xu and David B. Allison},
  volume={165 2},
Most complex traits of animals, plants, and humans are influenced by multiple genetic and environmental factors. Interactions among multiple genes play fundamental roles in the genetic control and evolution of complex traits. Statistical modeling of interaction effects in quantitative trait loci (QTL) analysis must accommodate a very large number of potential genetic effects, which presents a major challenge to determining the genetic model with respect to the number of QTL, their positions… CONTINUE READING

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