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December 19, 2004: Icelandic Genetic Study Showed the Impact of Population Structure on Association Studies

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Icelandic biopharmaceutical company deCODE genetics published a study deciphering the impact of population structure on association studies. The research published on Nature Genetics on December 19, 2004 was the first genetic analysis in a national scale. Examining population structure in the relatively homogenous Icelandic gene pool, researchers suggested that allele frequencies still differ notably among subpopulations and sampling strategies need to be considered carefully.

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