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In population genetics, linkage disequilibrium is the non-random association of alleles at two or more loci, not necessarily on the same chromosome. It is not the same as linkage, which describes the association of two or more loci on a chromosome with limited...
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linkage disequilibrium ( ¦liŋkij dis′ēkwə′librēəm ) ( genetics ) The occurrence in a population ... Contrariwise, "linkage equilibrium" denotes the case D = 0. ...
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Home > Population Genetics & Statistics > Population Theory > Linkage Equilibrium ... Click here to view an animation about linkage equilibrium. ...
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Bioinformatics articles relating to 'linkage equilibrium' ... consistent results in studies of simulated data sets in linkage equilibrium and LD. ...
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... Haplotype Inference with Software That Assumes Linkage Equilibrium ... The EM algorithm does not assume linkage equilibrium (in fact, LD can be a benefit) ...
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Applying linkage analyses that assume linkage equilibrium to dense markers ... However, if we assume linkage equilibrium, the expected IBD sharing is 0.573. ...
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linkage equilibrium holds for most loci. Balance of factors ... Linkage Equilibrium. In a large random mating population. haplotype frequencies converge to a ...
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... extent and distribution of linkage disequilibrium(LD) in humans ... permanent linkage disequilibrium despite gene frequency equilibrium, by natural selection. ...
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Linkage can persist for some time while equilibrium is being approached. Random sampling will disturb linkage equilibrium (analogous to the way drift ...
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7 Linkage disequilibrium measure, D. 8 Explained why D goes to zero ... section at the top on Linkage EQUILibrium, this should give good contrast to ...
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Either conventional linkage analysis that assumes linkage equilibrium or family ... Under the assumption of linkage equilibrium, our approach reduces to an EM ...
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