Researchers Outline Gene, Pathway Approaches for Analyzing GWAS Data | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

ORLANDO, Fla. (GenomeWeb News) – At an American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting session here yesterday, attendees heard about some of the strategies that researchers are using to glean additional information from genome-wide association studies.

In particular, presenters highlighted the value of gene- and pathway-based analyses for helping to more rapidly gain biological and functional insights from genetic associations detected in these studies.

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