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245 00 Genetic dissection of complex traits|h[electronic 
       resource] /|cedited by D.C. Rao, C. Charles Gu 
250    2nd ed 
260    London ;|aBurlington, MA :|bAcademic Press,|c2008 
300    1 online resource (xxvii, 760 p.) :|bill 
336    tekst|btxt|2rdacontent/dut 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia/dut 
338    online bron|bcr|2rdacarrier/dut 
490 1  Advances in genetics,|x0065-2660 ;|v60 
500    Previous ed.: 2001 
504    Includes bibliographical references and Index 
505 00 |g1.|tAn overview of the genetic dissection of complex 
       traits /|rD.C. Rao --|g2.|tFamilial resemblance and 
       heritability /|rTreva K. Rice --|g3.|tLinkage and 
       association: basic concepts /|rIngrid B. Borecki and 
       Michael A. Province --|g4. Definition of phenotype /|rMary
       K. Wojczynski and Hemant K. Tiwari --|g5.|tGenotyping 
       platforms for mass-throughput genotyping with SNPs, 
       including human genome-wide scans / Karen Maresso and 
       Ulrich Broeckel --|g6.|tGenotyping errors and their impact
       on genetic analysis /|rMichael B. Miller, Karen Schwander,
       and D.C. Rhao --|g7.|tModel-based methods for linkage 
       analysis /|rJohn P. Rice, Nancy L. Saccone, and Jonathan 
       Corbett --|g8.|tContemporary model-free methods for 
       linkage analysis /|rLaura Almasy and John Blangero --|g9.
       |tDNA sequence-based phenotypic association analysis /
       |rNicholas J. Schork, Jennifer Wessel, and Nathalie Malo 
505 80 |g10.|tFamily-based methods for linkage and association 
       analysis /|rNan M. Laird and Christoph Lange --|g11.
       |tSearching for additional disease loci in a genomic 
       region /|rGlenys Thomson, Lisa F. Barcellos, and Ana M. 
       Valdes --|g12.|tMethods for handling multiple testing /
       |rTreva K. Rice, Nicholas J. Schork, and D.C. Rao --|g13.
       |tMeta-analysis methods /|rThomas A. Trikalinos, Georgia 
       Salanti, Eias Zintzaras, and John P.A. Ioannidis --|g14.
       |tHaplotype-association analysis /|rNianjun Liu, Kui Zhang,
       and Hongyu Zhao --|g15.|tCharacterization LD structures 
       and the utility of HapMap in genetic association studies /
       |rC. Charles Gu, Kai Yu, and D.C. Rao --|g16.
       |tAssociations among multiple markers and complex disease:
       models, algorithms, and applications /|rThemistocles L. 
       Assimes, Adam B. Olshen, Balasubramanian Narasimhan, and 
       Richard A. Olshen 
505 80 |g17.|tStudy designs for genome-wide association studies /
       |rPeter Kraft and David G. Cox --|g18.|tEthical, legal, 
       and social implications of biobanks for genetics research 
       /|rSusanne B. Haga and Laura M. Beskow --|g19.|tAdmixture 
       mapping and the role of population structure for 
       localizing disease genes /|rXiaofeng Zhu, Hua Tang, and 
       Neil Risch --|g20.|tIntegrating global gene expression 
       analysis and genetics /|rClarles R. Farber and Aldons J. 
       Lusis --|g21.|tA systems biology approach to drug 
       discovery /|rJun Zhu, Bin Zhang, and Eric E. Schadt --
       |g22.|tThe promise of composite likelihood methods for 
       addressing computationally intensive challenges /|rNa Li -
       -|g23|tComparative genomics for detecting human disease 
       genes /|rCarol Moreno, Jozef Lazar, Howard J. Jacob, and 
       Anne E. Kwitek --|g24.|tFrom genetics to mechanism of 
       disease liability /|rAndreas Rohrwasser, Paul Lott, Robert
       B. Weiss, and Jean-Marc Lalouel --|g25.|tInto the Post-
       HapMap era /|rNewton E. Morton 
520    The field of genetics is rapidly evolving and new medical 
       breakthroughs are occuring as a result of advances in 
       knowledge of genetics. This series continually publishes 
       important reviews of the broadest interest to geneticists 
       and their colleagues in affiliated disciplines 
588    Description based on print version record 
650  0 Medical genetics 
650  0 Syndromes|xGenetic aspects 
650  0 Genetic epidemiology 
650  4 Electronic books 
650 17 Genetica.|2gtt 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Rao, D. C.|q(Dabeeru C.) 
700 1  Gu, C. Charles 
776 08 |iPrint version:|tGenetic dissection of complex traits.
       |b2nd ed.|dLondon ; Burlington, MA : Academic Press, 2008
830  0 Advances in genetics ;|v60 
856 40 |3ScienceDirect|uhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book