Practical considerations regarding the use of genotype and pedigree data to model relatedness in the context of genome-wide association studies
Genome-wide association studies of complex traits often are complicated by relatedness among individuals. Ignoring or inappropriately accounting for relatedness often results in inflated type I error rates. Either genotype or pedigree data can be used to
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