NIH Creates Database to Track, Archive Genome-Wide Association Studies | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Library of Medicine yesterday introduced a new database designed to archive and distribute data from genome-wide association studies.
The database, called dbGaP, will include all relevant information about a study, summaries of measured variables, and analysis of statistical association between genes and phenotypes. The National Center for Biotechnology developed the database and will manage it, the NLM said.

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