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Pedigree Analysis


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Pedigree Analysis

Pelican: pedigree editor for linkage computer analysis

PedSplit: pedigree management for stratified analysis

Peditree: Pedigree Database Analysis and Visualization for Breeding and Science

Extending Pedigree Analysis for Uncertain Parentage and Diverse Breeding Systems

An outcrossed canine pedigree for linkage analysis of hip dysplasia

A system for exact and approximate genetic linkage analysis of SNP data in large pedigrees

LOT: a tool for linkage analysis of ordinal traits for pedigree data

solarius: an R interface to SOLAR for variance component analysis in pedigrees

Deciphering Starch Quality of Rice Kernels Using Metabolite Profiling and Pedigree Network Analysis

A system for exact and approximate genetic linkage analysis of SNP data in large pedigrees

PedVizApi: a Java API for the interactive, visual analysis of extended pedigrees

Analysis of meat flavor compounds in pedigree and two-strain Yangzhou geese

AGT Genetic Variation, Plasma AGT, and Blood Pressure: An Analysis of the Utah Genetic Reference Project Pedigrees

Analysis of Allele Fidelity, Polymorphic Information Content, and Density of Microsatellites in a Genome-Wide Screening for Hip Dysplasia in a Crossbreed Pedigree

PROBMAX: A Computer Program for Assigning Unknown Parentage in Pedigree Analysis From Known Genotypic Pools of Parents and Progeny

A clinicogenetic analysis of six Indian spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA2) pedigrees. The significance of slow saccades in diagnosis.

The Value of Extended Pedigrees for Next-Generation Analysis of Complex Disease in the Rhesus Macaque

Reducing Pervasive False-Positive Identical-by-Descent Segments Detected by Large-Scale Pedigree Analysis

 

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In 1865 Gregor Mendel published the laws of genetic inheritance, which he derived from studies of cross- breeding among pea plants with distinct sizes, shapes, and colors. Upon rediscovery of ...

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