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Statistical methods for studying two linked disease genes.
Joanna Monika Biernacka
Written in English
Assuming there is exactly one disease gene in a chromosomal region, a generalized estimating equations (GEE) approach can be used to estimate the location of the gene (Liang et al., 2001, Human Heredity 51: 64--78) using marker identical-by-descent (IBD) sharing data at multiple markers in a sample of affected sib pairs (ASPs). For diseases with complex genetic etiology, more than one susceptibility gene may exist in one chromosomal region. In such situations, linkage methods designed to detect a single locus may not successfully localize either of these two genes. We derived an expression for expected allele sharing in affected sib pairs at each point across a chromosomal segment containing two susceptibility genes, and proposed a GEE approach for localizing both disease genes simultaneously. We developed an algorithm that uses marker IBD sharing for a sample of ASPS to estimate the locations of the two genes and the expected ASP IBD sharing at these two loci. We also proposed methods to evaluate the evidence for two linked disease loci, in this GEE estimation framework, based on approximate quasi-likelihood ratio and generalized Wald and score test statistics. We evaluated the proposed estimation and testing methods by simulation, and found that the proposed estimation method can improve disease gene localization and aid in resolving large peaks when two disease genes are present in one chromosomal region. The performance of the estimation method for localizing two linked disease genes, and the power to detect the presence of two linked genes, improve with increased excess allele sharing at the disease gene loci, increased distance between the disease genes, and increased number of affected sib pairs. We applied the described methods to data from a genome scan for type 1 diabetes (Mein et al., 1998, Nature Genetics 19: 297--300) and obtained estimates of two putative disease gene locations on chromosome 6, approximately 20 cM apart.
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Advanced statistical methods will be implemented for the analysis of candidate genes in complex disease. Several classes of methods were recently proposed to assess statistical gene-environment interaction, and evaluated in specific situations. The methods vary in sample design, the type of genetic information as well as in the types of the. these calculations to two-stage association studies, and find that for optimal two-stage designs [Skol et al., ], results are similar to those for the corresponding one-stage designs. [Xiao and Boehnke, ]. Associations between genotype and Author: Xiaoyi Gao.
JONATHAN L. HAINES is Director of the Program in Human Genetics, Department of Molecular Physiology and Biophysics, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. His research into the localization and identification of genes involved in human disease includes studying Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, autism, macular degeneration, . Studying human genetics is unlike studying the genetics of any other organism. In many ways, humans are very poor model organisms for genetics. .
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Title: Statistical methods for studying two linked disease genes Degree: Doctor of Philosophy Year of convocation: Name: Joanna Monika Biernacka Department: Graduate Department of Public Health Sciences University: University of Toronto Assuming there is exactly one disease gene in a chromosomal region, a generalized.
This well-organized and clearly written text has a unique focus on methods of identifying the joint effects of genes and environment on disease patterns. It follows the natural sequence of research, taking readers through the study designs and statistical analysis techniques for determining whether a trait runs in families, testing hypotheses Cited by: ADVERTISEMENTS: Some of the basic methods of study of human genetics are as follows: In recent years, new techniques have been developed.
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Genetic linkage is the tendency of DNA sequences that are close together on a chromosome to be inherited together during the meiosis phase of sexual genetic markers that are physically near to each other are unlikely to be separated onto different chromatids during chromosomal crossover, and are therefore said to be more linked than markers that are far apart.
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When this is the case, the marker and the disease allele Cited by: 1. This book provides an up-to-date introduction to several of the most important mathematical and statistical methods developed for this purpose.
this is a major text that will be most useful for researchers and students of mathematics or statistics interested or Price: $ During the past decade, geneticists have cloned scores of Mendelian disease genes and constructed a rough draft of the entire human genome.
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Advanced computational tools and statistical methods are needed to capture, represent, store, integrate, and analyze the data with the ultimate goal. The power of genome-wide association studies (GWAS) to detect genetic influences on human disease can be substantially increased using a statistical testing framework.
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