Friday, April 17, 2009

Five articles on the success/failure of GWAS

Here are four interesting and provocative articles in New England Journal of Medicine:

David Goldstein: Common Genetic Variation and Human Traits

Joel Hirschhorn: Genomewide Association Studies — Illuminating Biologic Pathways

Peter Kraft and David Hunter: Genetic Risk Prediction — Are We There Yet?

John Hardy & Andrew Singleton: Genomewide Association Studies and Human Disease

And after all their hype over the last year or so, a rather pessimistic article in the NYT.

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1 comment:

  1. Wow, just found this blog. It's like Lifehacker for genetic geeks. Awesome.


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