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HAPMAPV14 HUMAN VARIATION PANEL

Description: INTERNATIONAL HAPMAP PROJECT - TOSCANI IN ITALIA

Aliquot Size: 50 µg each

Sex: Males: 45 Females: 45

Brief Description: These samples were collected from unrelated individuals in a particular town in Tuscany, Italy. They do not necessarily represent all Tuscans, nor all Italians, whose population history is complex. The samples should not be described merely as "Italian", "Southern European," "European" or "Caucasian" since each of those designators encompasses many populations with many different
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PubMed ID: 21479135
 
Pemberton, Trevor J., Wang, Chaolong, Li, Jun Z., and Rosenberg, Noah A., Inference of unexpected genetic relatedness among individuals in HapMap phase III Am J Hum Genet87:457-464 2010
PubMed ID: 20869033
 
Manolio TA, Brooks LD, Collins FS, A HapMap harvest of insights into the genetics of common disease The Journal of clinical investigation118:1590-605 2008
PubMed ID: 18451988
 
O'Shaughnessy KM, HapMap, pharmacogenomics, and the goal of personalized prescribing British journal of clinical pharmacology61:783-6 2006
PubMed ID: 16722846



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