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A decade of shared genomic associations

A paper that analysed genetic variants in 14,000 people to identify disease-associated regions set the standard for collaborative genome-wide association studies and provided methodological advances whose effects are still felt today.

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Figure 1: Ever-increasing sample sizes for genome-wide association studies (GWAS).

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