Common genetic variation drives molecular heterogeneity in human iPSCs

  title={Common genetic variation drives molecular heterogeneity in human iPSCs},
  author={Helena Kilpinen and {\^A}ngela Gonçalves and Andreas Leha and Vackar Afzal and Kaur Alasoo and Sofie Ashford and Sendu Bala and Dalila Bensaddek and Francesco Paolo Casale and Oliver J. Culley and Petr Danecek and Adam Faulconbridge and Peter W. Harrison and Annie Kathuria and Davis James McCarthy and Shane A. McCarthy and Ruta Meleckyte and Yasin Memari and Nathalie Moens and Filipa Soares and Alice L. Mann and Ian Streeter and Chukwuma A. Agu and Alex Alderton and Rachel B Nelson and Sarah Harper and Minal J. Patel and Alistair White and Sharad R Patel and Laura Clarke and Reena Halai and Christopher M. Kirton and Anja Kolb-Kokocinski and Philip L. Beales and Ewan Birney and Davide Danovi and Angus I. Lamond and Willem H Ouwehand and Ludovic Vallier and Fiona M Watt and Richard Durbin and Oliver Stegle and Daniel J. Gaffney},
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