GWA

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AcronymDefinition
GWAGenome Wide Association
GWAGolden Web Awards (International Association of Web Masters and Designers)
GWAGirls with Attitude
GWAGeorge Walton Academy (Monroe, GA)
GWAGolden World Awards
GWAGender and Water Alliance
GWAGarden Writers Association
GWAGlobal Wireless Accessories
GWAGenuine Windows Advantage
GWAGoogle Web Accelerator
GWAGovernment-Wide Accounting
GWAGesamtverband Werbeagenturen (German Association of Communications Agencies; Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
GWAGroundwater Assessment
GWAGoodwyn Alpha (oil platform off western Australia)
GWAGamers with Attitude (gaming clan)
GWAGovernment of Wales Act 1998
GWAGeneral Weighted Average
GWAGlobal Wind Alliance (wind farm industry)
GWAGlobal WordNet Association
GWAGreat War Association (World War I history organization)
GWAGeneral Work Area
GWAGuitar World Acoustic (magazine)
GWAGlobal Warming Alarmist
GWAGame Winning Assist (soccer)
GWAGenuine Windows Advantage (Microsoft)
GWAGarba With Attitude (Indian folk dance competition)
GWAGlobal Work Area
GWAGeneral Welfare Act (Canada)
GWAGerman Wolf Association
GWAGinger With Attitude
GWAGetronics Workspace Alliance (Belgium)
GWAGerman World Alliance (New Carrollton, MD)
GWAGirls Weekend Away
GWAGeoffrey Werner-Allen
GWAGeorgia Watermelon Association
GWAGeneralized Watermark Attack
GWAGangsters with Authority (gaming clan)
GWAGardeners with Attitude (Auckland, New Zealand band)
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Linear mixed models could be used to test for genome wide association (Zhou and Stevens, 2012).
Recently genome wide association studies which have been successful in identifying replicated loci for common diseases have predominantly used a case-control approach, where samples of unrelated affected and unaffected individuals are ascertained from the study population.
The genome wide association studies have long-lasting implications on the clinical approach to metabolic syndrome.
Describe genome wide association studies and their advantages and disadvantages for identifying genetic markers.
Availability of fast and cost-effective genotyping technologies has resulted in examining hundreds of thousands single nucleotide polymorphisms across the whole genome in genome wide association studies (GWAS).
In the field of human genetics genome wide association studies (GWAS) had successfully identified the QTLs associated with numerous complex diseases (McCarthy et al.
The discovery of these 20 new genes is another example of how large collaborative genome wide association meta-analyses can open up the black box of disease mechanism, in this case kidney function," the Scotsman quoted Dr Jim Wilson, a Royal Society research fellow at Edinburgh University, as saying.
Several genome wide association studies have been conducted using SNP chips in dairy cattle (Pryce et al.
The website integrates 14 years of research and development in Biomarker Discovery and areas like SNP analysis, Genome Wide Association Studies (GWAS), Microarray Profiling and Genotyping.