Letters to the Editor Do We Need More Twin Studies? the Healthy Twin Study, Korea Twin Studies in Low-income and Middle-income Countries

@inproceedings{Cho2006LettersTT,
  title={Letters to the Editor Do We Need More Twin Studies? the Healthy Twin Study, Korea Twin Studies in Low-income and Middle-income Countries},
  author={Sung-il Cho and Yun Mi Song and Kayoung Lee and Eun Young Choi and H. Mina and Jihae Kim and Ho Sik Kim and Yeonju Kim and Eun-Kyung Shin and Yoon-Hee Kim and Keun-young Yoo and Chan Dong Park and Kuchan Kimm},
  year={2006}
}
The success of the Human Genome Project and recent technological progress have made the analysis of individual genetic variation much more feasible. However, genetic variations responsible for common complex human diseases and traits are largely unknown, with a few exceptions of specific subtype of common diseases (e.g. early onset type diabetes or Alzheimer disease). 1 Twin study has evolved from the classical twin study design, in which comparison of concordance in traits or diseases between… CONTINUE READING

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