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Nature Reviews Genetics, ISSN 1471-0056, 04/2018, Volume 19, Issue 4, pp. 220 - 234
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BMC Genomics, ISSN 1471-2164, 2015, Volume 16, Issue 1, p. 542
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The American Journal of Human Genetics, ISSN 0002-9297, 10/2019, Volume 105, Issue 4, pp. 747 - 762
Runs of homozygosity (ROH) are important genomic features that manifest when an individual inherits two haplotypes that are identical by descent. Their length... 
haplotype | admixture | identity by descent | runs of homozygosity | homozygosity | population bottleneck | deleterious alleles | ROH | GENETIC-VARIATION | POPULATION | DEMOGRAPHIC HISTORY | RISK-FACTORS | GENOME-WIDE PERSPECTIVE | CODING VARIATION | DISEASE | GENETICS & HEREDITY | LONG RUNS | ADMIXTURE | LOCAL-ANCESTRY | Allelomorphism | Genome-wide association studies | Research | Homozygosity | Analysis
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Animal Genetics, ISSN 0268-9146, 10/2019, Volume 50, Issue 5, pp. 501 - 511
Summary The population of Spanish sheep has decreased from 24 to 15 million heads in the last 75 years due to multiple social and economic factors. Such a... 
inbreeding | runs of homozygosity | demographic history | sheep | EFFECTIVE POPULATION-SIZE | ORIGIN | AGRICULTURE, DAIRY & ANIMAL SCIENCE | GENETICS & HEREDITY | RUNS | Animal genetics | Genetic research | Sheep | Analysis | Genomics | Adaptations | Demographics | Populations | Ecosystems | Farms | Economic factors | Inbreeding | Genomes | Homozygosity | Viability
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by Loveday, C and Sud, A and Litchfield, K and Levy, M and Holroyd, A and Broderick, P and Kote‐Jarai, Z and Dunning, A. M and Muir, K and Peto, J and Eeles, R and Easton, D. F and Dudakia, D and Orr, N and Pashayan, N and Reid, A and Huddart, R. A and Houlston, R. S and Turnbull, C and Rustin, Gordon and Srihari, Narayanan N and Cole, David and Askill, Colin and Bertelli, Gianfilippo and Barber, James and Gilby, Ed and White, Jeff and Baybrooke, Jeremy and Leahy, Michael and Welch, Richard and Chakraborti, Prabir and Joffe, Johnathan and Brown, Richard and Faust, Guy and Simmonds, Peter and Mazhar, Danish and Stockdale, Andrew and Hrounda, David and Humber, Caroline and Appel, Wiebke and Hong, Anne and Howard, Grahame and Douglas, Fiona and Bloomfield, David and Butt, Mohammad and Kelly, Kay and Mehra, Rakesh and Brown, Richard and Rogers, Paul and Chakraborti, Prabir and Hatton, Matthew and Hennig, Ivo and McAteer, John and Savage, Philip and Seckl, Michael and Gale, Joanna and Rustin, Gordon and Clark, Peter and Woby, Steve and Rathmell, Adrian and Lamont, Alan and Sarwar, Naveed and Stuart, Nick and Chowdhury, Simon and Beesley, Sharon and Winkler, Mathius and Hamid, Abdel and Pathak, Sanjeev and Madhavan, Krishnaswamy and Highley, Martin and Money‐Kryle, Julian and Brock, Cathryn and Sreenivasan, Thiagarajan and Dalsgaard Sorensen, Karina and Maehle, Lovise and Neal, David E and Hamdy, Freddie C and Donovan, Jenny L and Travis, Ruth C and Hamilton, Robert J and Ann Ingles, Sue and Rosenstein, Barry S and Lu, Yong‐Jie and Giles, Graham G and Kibel, Adam S and Vega, Ana and Kogevinas, Manolis and Park, Jong Y and Stanford, Janet L and Cybulski, Cezary and Nordestgaard, Børge G and Brenner, Hermann and Maier, Christiane and Kim, Jeri and John, Esther M and Teixeira, Manuel R and Neuhausen, Susan L and De Ruyck, Kim and Razack, Azad and Newcomb, Lisa F and ... and UK Testicular Canc Collaboration and PRACTICAL Consortium and Australian Prostate Canc Res Ctr and UK Testicular Cancer Collaboration and The PRACTICAL Consortium
Andrology, ISSN 2047-2919, 07/2019, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp. 555 - 564
Background Testicular germ cell tumour (TGCT) is highly heritable but > 50% of the genetic risk remains unexplained. Epidemiological observation of greater... 
genome‐wide association studies | genetics | runs of homozygosity | cancer | testicular germ cell tumour | homozygosity mapping | recessive | VARIANTS | ANDROLOGY | SUSCEPTIBILITY | LOCI | IDENTIFICATION | BREAST | RECENT POSITIVE SELECTION | SEX DETERMINATION | GERM-CELL TUMOR | CONSANGUINITY | genome-wide association studies | GENOME-WIDE ASSOCIATION
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