Improving statistical power for genome-wide association studies (GWAS) in admixed populations is imperative since more and larger genomic studies in admixed populations are desperately needed to accelerate genomic medicine and reduce health inequities. In a recent work in Nature Genetics Hou et al discuss the potential and pitfalls of disease mapping in admixed populations.

On powerful GWAS in admixed populations | Nature Genetics | 2021

Kangcheng HouArjun BhattacharyaRachel MesterKathryn S. Burch & Bogdan Pasaniuc 


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