Relative-risk regression models using cases and their parents.

Abstract

Relative-risk regression models are presented for studies of the association of genetic markers with disease status when the study design uses affected cases and their parents, with or without unaffected sibs. These models generalize the "haplotype relative-risk" method and allow for censored unaffected sibs; in this sense, these models resemble… (More)

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