Gene Discovery for Complex Traits: Lessons from Africa
The genetics of African populations reveals an otherwise "missing layer" of human variation that arose between 100,000 and 5 million years ago. Both the vast number of these ancient variants and the selective pressures they survived yield insights into genes responsible for complex traits in all populations.
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