Prevalence of Jews as subjects in genetic research: Figures, explanation, and potential implications

@article{Carmeli2004PrevalenceOJ,
  title={Prevalence of Jews as subjects in genetic research: Figures, explanation, and potential implications},
  author={D. Carmeli},
  journal={American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A},
  year={2004},
  volume={130A}
}
  • D. Carmeli
  • Published 2004
  • Geography, Medicine
  • American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A
Geneticists' view of ‘population isolates’ as bearing special utility for research often translates into the targeting of such groups as study popuations. This paper aims to outline the prevalence and structure of reference to one such group—that of the Jews—in genetic research publications. The paper uses three prevalence scores, calculated on the basis of a search of the PubMed database, conducted in September–October 2002. A systematic comparison to other population groups shows that in… Expand

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