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GWAS in a model organism: Arabidopsis thaliana

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Published on Jul 9, 2014

GWA studies are perhaps most often used for studying the genetic basis of human diseases, but this technology also has great utility for studying the natural variation of other organisms.

In this webcast, Ashley Hintz, Field Application Scientist, will discuss the utility of SVS for analyzing plant GWA data, using publicly available SNP data for Arabidopsis thaliana as a case study. Along the way, Ashley will demonstrate how SVS can be used to manage data, analyze population structure, perform genotype QA and ultimately replicate a published genetic association in A. thaliana using EMMAX regression. She will also address the flexibility of SVS for analyzing the genomes of other plant and animal species.

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