Secondary phenotype analysis in ascertained family designs: application to the Leiden longevity study

Abstract

The case-control design is often used to test associations between the case-control status and genetic variants. In addition to this primary phenotype, a number of additional traits, known as secondary phenotypes, are routinely recorded, and typically, associations between genetic factors and these secondary traits are studied too. Analysing secondary… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/sim.7281

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