Using ancestry-informative markers to define populations and detect population stratification.


A serious problem with case-control studies is that population subdivision, recent admixture and sampling variance can lead to spurious associations between a phenotype and a marker locus, or indeed may mask true associations. This is also a concern in therapeutics since drug response may differ by ethnicity. Population stratification can occur if cases and… (More)


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