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Academic Article A statistical method for identification of polymorphisms that explain a linkage result.
Academic Article Multilocus linkage disequilibrium mapping by the decay of haplotype sharing with samples of related individuals.
Academic Article Estimation of variance components of quantitative traits in inbred populations.
Academic Article MASTOR: mixed-model association mapping of quantitative traits in samples with related individuals.
Academic Article BLUP genotype imputation for case-control association testing with related individuals and missing data.
Academic Article ATRIUM: testing untyped SNPs in case-control association studies with related individuals.
Academic Article Retrospective Association Analysis of Binary Traits: Overcoming Some Limitations of the Additive Polygenic Model.
Academic Article Multipoint linkage-disequilibrium mapping with haplotype-block structure.
Academic Article CERAMIC: Case-Control Association Testing in Samples with Related Individuals, Based on Retrospective Mixed Model Analysis with Adjustment for Covariates.
Academic Article Enhanced pedigree error detection.
Academic Article Laplacian eigenfunctions learn population structure.
Academic Article Assessment of linkage disequilibrium by the decay of haplotype sharing, with application to fine-scale genetic mapping.
Academic Article SPERMSEG: analysis of segregation distortion in single-sperm data.
Academic Article Statistical tests for detection of misspecified relationships by use of genome-screen data.
Academic Article ROADTRIPS: case-control association testing with partially or completely unknown population and pedigree structure.
Academic Article Robust rare variant association testing for quantitative traits in samples with related individuals.

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