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Genome-wide association study

Name: Genome-wide association study
Description: A type of study that examines genetic variation across a given genome, designed to identify genetic associations with observable traits. In human studies, this might include traits such as blood pressure or weight, or why some people get a disease or condition. (Adapted from Wikipedia)
Synonym(s): genetic association study
Abbreviation: GWAS
Super-category: Protocol
*Id: nlx_195
Related to: genome, genomics
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AbbrevGWAS  +
CommentNot sure whether this is a type of protocol; consider this graph position temporary
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionA type of study that examines genetic vari A type of study that examines genetic variation across a given genome, designed to identify genetic associations with observable traits. In human studies, this might include traits such as blood pressure or weight, or why some people get a disease or condition. (Adapted from Wikipedia) ase or condition. (Adapted from Wikipedia)
Idnlx_195  +
LabelGenome-wide association study  +
ModifiedDate28 October 2009  +
RelatedToGenome  +, and Genomics  +
SuperCategoryProtocol  +
Synonymgenetic association study  +