In an effort to capture results from genome-wide association studies that aren't available in the published literature, a team of UK- and US-based researchers have developed and launched a new resource dubbed WikiGWA, a Wikipedia-style platform that allows scientists to share published and unpublished GWAS results.

Because it captures unpublished data, WikiGWA should help "alleviate publication bias and provide an invaluable resource for researchers interested in first-hand findings," the developers write in the European Journal of Human Genetics.

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