MixMAP: An R Package for Mixed Modeling of Meta-Analysis $p$ Values in Genetic Association Studies

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Authors Gregory J. Matthews, Andrea S. Foulkes
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Paper Abstract Genetic association studies are commonly conducted to identify genes that explain the variability in a measured trait (e.g., disease status or disease progression). Often, results of these studies are summarized in the form of a p value corresponding to a test of association between each single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and the trait under study. As genes are comprised of multiple SNPs, post hoc approaches are generally applied to determine gene-level association. For example, if any SNP within a gene is significantly associated with the trait at a genome-wide significance level (p
Date of publication 2015
Code Programming Language R

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