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R association


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R association

R association

SNPassoc: an R package to perform whole genome association studies

MWASTools: an R/bioconductor package for metabolome-wide association studies

GenABEL: an R library for genome-wide association analysis

GWAF: an R package for genome-wide association analyses with family data

snp.plotter: an R-based SNP/haplotype association and linkage disequilibrium plotting package

BlueSNP: R package for highly scalable genome-wide association studies using Hadoop clusters

RVFam: an R package for rare variant association analysis with family data

Leptin in Association With Common Variants of MC3R Mediates Hypertension

QCGWAS: A flexible R package for automated quality control of genome-wide association results

Association Between FcγRIIa-R131 Allotype and Bacteremic Pneumococcal Pneumonia

KMgene: a unified R package for gene-based association analysis for complex traits

MAGNAMWAR: an R package for genome-wide association studies of bacterial orthologs

R PheWAS: Data Analysis and Plotting Tools for Phenome Wide Association Studies in the R Environment

The multiMiR R package and database: integration of microRNA–target interactions along with their disease and drug associations

Rapamycin increases rDNA stability by enhancing association of Sir2 with rDNA in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

223 Potential Association of Burn-Induced NMJ Derrangement and Oxidative Stress-Induced AChR Declustering Signal and the Reversal with AChR alpha7 Agonist

Association of SNPs in miR-146a, miR-196a2, and miR-499 with the risk of endometrial/ovarian cancer

 

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A stellar association containing a number of reflection nebulae (hence the R). In such associations the stars are less than a million years old and are still embedded in the nebula from which they formed. Because of this they may be obscured, and their light is visible only after reflection from nearby dust.

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