Genome-wide linkage analysis for human longevity: Genetics of Healthy Aging Study.
Aged, 80 and over
Chromosomes, Human, Pair 14
Chromosomes, Human, Pair 17
Chromosomes, Human, Pair 19
Genome-Wide Association Study
Membrane Transport Proteins
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Unknown author (2011-08-18)Mark Guyer and Jane Peterson, in-person interview with Kathryn Maxson and Robert Cook-Deegan, conducted in Rockville, MD (NIH campus), 18 August 2011. Mark Guyer and Jane Peterson were grants program officers at the NIH ...
Guan, Yongtao (Genetics, 2014-03)We present a two-layer hidden Markov model to detect the structure of haplotypes for unrelated individuals. This allows us to model two scales of linkage disequilibrium (one within a group of haplotypes and one between groups), ...
Madden, Lauran; Juhas, Mark; Kraus, William E; Truskey, George A; Bursac, Nenad (Elife, 2015-01-09)Existing in vitro models of human skeletal muscle cannot recapitulate the organization and function of native muscle, limiting their use in physiological and pharmacological studies. Here, we demonstrate engineering ...