Gene-based SNP discovery as part of the Japanese Millennium Genome Project: identification of 190 562 genetic variations in the human genome

@article{Haga2002GenebasedSD,
  title={Gene-based SNP discovery as part of the Japanese Millennium Genome Project: identification of 190 562 genetic variations in the human genome},
  author={Hisanori Haga and Ryo Yamada and Yozo Ohnishi and Yusuke Nakamura and Toshihiro Tanaka},
  journal={Journal of Human Genetics},
  year={2002},
  volume={47},
  pages={605-610}
}
AbstractTo construct an infrastructure for genome-wide association studies of common diseases or drug sensitivities, we have been systematically exploring common variants by resequencing genomic regions containing genes in DNA from 24 Japanese individuals. We have analyzed a total of 154Mb, corresponding to approximately 5% of the human genome, and so far have identified 174 269 single-nucleotide polymorphisms and 16 293 insertion/deletion polymorphisms within gene regions, i.e., one… CONTINUE READING
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