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An Arabidopsis haplotype map takes root

The report of a haplotype map for the selfing plant Arabidopsis thaliana has uncovered numerous major-effect polymorphisms and rapid linkage disequilibrium decay. This work lays the foundation for genome-wide association studies at near-gene-level resolution in a model organism possessing substantial functional diversity and extensive community resources.

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Buckler, E., Gore, M. An Arabidopsis haplotype map takes root. Nat Genet 39, 1056–1057 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/ng0907-1056

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