Genome-wide burden and association analyses implicate copy number variations in asthma risk among children and young adults from Latin America
Abstract The genetic architecture of asthma was relatively well explored. However, some work remains in the field to improve our understanding on asthma genetics, especially in non-Caucasian populations and with regards to commonly neglected genetic variants, such as Copy Number Variations (CNVs). I...
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