Identifying Highly Conserved and Highly Differentiated Gene Ontology Categories in Human Populations

@inproceedings{Jiang2011IdentifyingHC,
  title={Identifying Highly Conserved and Highly Differentiated Gene Ontology Categories in Human Populations},
  author={Yongshuai Jiang and Ruijie Zhang and Peng Sun and Guoping Tang and Xuehong Zhang and Xing Ling Wang and Xiaodan Guo and Qiuyu Wang and Xia Li},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
Detecting and interpreting certain system-level characteristics associated with human population genetic differences is a challenge for human geneticists. In this study, we conducted a population genetic study using the HapMap genotype data to identify certain special Gene Ontology (GO) categories associated with high/low genetic difference among 11 Hapmap populations. Initially, the genetic differences in each gene region among these populations were measured using allele frequency, linkage… CONTINUE READING

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