Comparative assessment of the association information captured by SNP tagging.

Abstract

Exploiting the association between single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNP) can potentially reduce the costs of association mapping of common disease genes. Different methods have been proposed for defining subsets of SNPs as proxies (or tagSNPs) for other SNPs, some of which rely upon a model of haplotype blocks. Other approaches only consider the pair-wise… (More)

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