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Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 11/2016, Volume 48, Issue 11, pp. 1443 - 1448
Haplotype phasing is a fundamental problem in medical and population genetics. Phasing is generally performed via statistical phasing in a genotyped cohort, an... 
ADULT HEALTH | GENETIC EPIDEMIOLOGY RESEARCH | LINKAGE DISEQUILIBRIUM | GENOTYPE IMPUTATION | RECONSTRUCTION | GENETICS & HEREDITY | AGING GERA COHORT | INFERENCE | DATA SETS | ASSOCIATION | SEQ | Haplotypes | Genetic research | Identification and classification | Genetic screening | Innovations | Datasets | Studies | Consortia | Accuracy | Algorithms | Benchmarks | Genomes | Grants | Methods | Open source software
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by Bulik-Sullivan, Brendan K and Loh, Po-Ru and Finucane, Hilary K and Ripke, Stephan and Yang, Jian and Patterson, Nick and Daly, Mark J and Price, Alkes L and Neale, Benjamin M and Corvin, Aiden and Walters, James T. R and Farh, Kai-How and Holmans, Peter A and Lee, Phil and Bulik-Sullivan, Brendan and Collier, David A and Huang, Hailiang and Pers, Tune H and Agartz, Ingrid and Agerbo, Esben and Albus, Margot and Alexander, Madeline and Amin, Farooq and Bacanu, Silviu A and Begemann, Martin and Belliveau, Richard A and Bene, Judit and Bergen, Sarah E and Bevilacqua, Elizabeth and Bigdeli, Tim B and Black, Donald W and Bruggeman, Richard and Buccola, Nancy G and Buckner, Randy L and Byerley, William and Cahn, Wiepke and Cai, Guiqing and Cairns, Murray J and Campion, Dominique and Cantor, Rita M and Carr, Vaughan J and Carrera, Noa and Catts, Stanley V and Chambert, Kimberly D and Chan, Raymond C. K and Chen, Ronald Y. L and Chen, Eric Y. H and Cheng, Wei and Cheung, Eric F. C and Chong, Siow Ann and Cloninger, C. Robert and Cohen, David and Cohen, Nadine and Cormican, Paul and Craddock, Nick and Crespo-Facorro, Benedicto and Crowley, James J and Curtis, David and Davidson, Michael and Davis, Kenneth L and Degenhardt, Franziska and del Favero, Jurgen and DeLisi, Lynn E and Demontis, Ditte and Dikeos, Dimitris and Dinan, Timothy and Djurovic, Srdjan and Donohoe, Gary and peau, Elodie and Duan, Jubao and Dudbridge, Frank and Durmishi, Naser and Eichhammer, Peter and Eriksson, Johan and Escott-Price, Valentina and Essioux, Laurent and Fanous, Ayman H and Farrell, Martilias S and Frank, Josef and Franke, Lude and Freedman, Robert and Freimer, Nelson B and Friedl, Marion and Friedman, Joseph I and Fromer, Menachem and Genovese, Giulio and Georgieva, Lyudmila and Gershon, Elliot S and Giegling, Ina and Giusti-Roíguez, Paola and Godard, Stephanie and Goldstein, Jacqueline I and Golimbet, Vera and Gopal, Srihari and Gratten, Jacob and de Haan, Lieuwe and Hammer, Christian and Hamshere, Marian L and Hansen, Mark and Hansen, Thomas and ... and Schizophrenia Working Grp and Schizophrenia Working Group of the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium
Nature genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 2015, Volume 47, Issue 3, pp. 291 - +
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by Anttila, Verneri and Bulik-Sullivan, Brendan and Finucane, Hilary K and Walters, Raymond K and Bras, Jose and Duncan, Laramie and Escott-Price, Valentina and Falcone, Guido J and Gormley, Padhraig and Malik, Rainer and Patsopoulos, Nikolaos A and Ripke, Stephan and Wei, Zhi and Yu, Dongmei and Lee, Phil H and Turley, Patrick and Grenier-Boley, Benjamin and Chouraki, Vincent and Kamatani, Yoichiro and Berr, Claudine and Letenneur, Luc and Hannequin, Didier and Amouyel, Philippe and Boland, Anne and Deleuze, Jean-François and Duron, Emmanuelle and Vardarajan, Badri N and Reitz, Christiane and Goate, Alison M and Huentelman, Matthew J and Ilyas Kamboh, M and Larson, Eric B and Rogaeva, Ekaterina and George-Hyslop, Peter St and Hakonarson, Hakon and Kukull, Walter A and Farrer, Lindsay A and Barnes, Lisa L and Beach, Thomas G and Yesim Demirci, F and Head, Elizabeth and Hulette, Christine M and Jicha, Gregory A and Kauwe, John S.K and Kaye, Jeffrey A and Leverenz, James B and Levey, Allan I and Lieberman, Andrew P and Pankratz, Vernon S and Poon, Wayne W and Quinn, Joseph F and Saykin, Andrew J and Schneider, Lon S and Smith, Amanda G and Sonnen, Joshua A and Stern, Robert A and Van Deerlin, Vivianna M and Van Eldik, Linda J and Harold, Denise and Russo, Giancarlo and Rubinsztein, David C and Bayer, Anthony and Tsolaki, Magda and Proitsi, Petra and Fox, Nick C and Hampel, Harald and Owen, Michael J and Mead, Simon and Passmore, Peter and Morgan, Kevin and Nöthen, Markus M and Rossor, Martin and Lupton, Michelle K and Hoffmann, Per and Kornhuber, Johannes and Lawlor, Brian and McQuillin, Andrew and Al-Chalabi, Ammar and Bis, Joshua C and Ruiz, Agustin and Boada, Mercè and Seshadri, Sudha and Beiser, Alexa and Rice, Kenneth and Van Der Lee, Sven J and De Jager, Philip L and Geschwind, Daniel H and Riemenschneider, Matthias and Riedel-Heller, Steffi and Rotter, Jerome I and Ransmayr, Gerhard and Hyman, Bradley T and Cruchaga, Carlos and Alegret, Montserrat and Winsvold, Bendik and Palta, Priit and Farh, Kai-How and Cuenca-Leon, Ester and Furlotte, Nicholas and Kurth, Tobias and ... and Brainstorm Consortium and The Brainstorm Consortium
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 06/2018, Volume 360, Issue 6395, pp. 1313 - 1313
Disorders of the brain can exhibit considerable epidemiological comorbidity and often share symptoms, provoking debate about their etiologic overlap. We... 
ANOREXIA-NERVOSA | POPULATION-BASED TWIN | DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER | LONG-TERM SURVIVAL | ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | GENETIC CORRELATIONS | BODY-MASS INDEX | MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER | BIPOLAR DISORDER | GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION | Genetic Variation | Mental Disorders - genetics | Genome-Wide Association Study | Phenotype | Brain Diseases - classification | Quantitative Trait, Heritable | Brain Diseases - diagnosis | Humans | Mental Disorders - classification | Risk Factors | Brain Diseases - genetics | Mental Disorders - diagnosis | Anorexia | Disorders | Cognitive ability | Bipolar disorder | Posttraumatic stress disorder | Mental depression | Epidemiology | Risk factors | Consortia | Proteins | Ischemia | Etiology | Classification | Gilles de la Tourette syndrome | Alzheimer's disease | Neurological disorders | Neurodegenerative diseases | Comorbidity | Behavior disorders | Anorexia nervosa | Risk analysis | Patients | Neurological diseases | Correlation analysis | Heritability | Attention deficit disorder | Headache | Mental disorders | Medical services | Schizophrenia | Risk sharing | Genomes | Heterogeneity | Biological effects | Risk assessment | Stroke | Phenotypes | Migraine | Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder | Eating disorders | Personality | Genetic diversity | Statistics | Activity patterns | Crohn's Disease | Population (statistical) | Scaffolding | Diagnostic systems | Alzheimers disease | Life Sciences | Human health and pathology | Mental Disorders | Neurons and Cognition | Brain Diseases | Genetics
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Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 11/2015, Volume 47, Issue 11, pp. 1236 - 1241
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Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 12/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 790 - 10
Understanding the role of rare variants is important in elucidating the genetic basis of human disease. Negative selection can cause rare variants to have... 
EVOLUTION | GWAS | RARE VARIANTS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | SUSCEPTIBILITY | DISEASE | MISSING HERITABILITY | SCHIZOPHRENIA | COMPLEX TRAITS | PROPORTION | Frequency dependence | Gene frequency | Computer simulation | Dependence | Alleles | Single-nucleotide polymorphism | Heritability | Negative selection
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