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Genomic architecture of human neuroanatomical diversity

bioRxiv

Dec 10, 2013

R Toroand the IMAGEN consortium (www.imagen-europe.com)1

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Human brain anatomy is strikingly diverse and highly inheritable: genetic factors may explain up to 80% of its variability. Prior studies have tried to detect genetic variants with a large effect on neuroanatomical diversity, but those currently identified account for <5% of the varianc...read more

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Genomic architecture of human neuroanatomical diversity

bioRxiv

Dec 10, 2013

R Toroand the IMAGEN consortium (www.imagen-europe.com)1

PMID: 990001198

DOI: 10.1101/001198

Abstract

Human brain anatomy is strikingly diverse and highly inheritable: genetic factors may explain up to 80% of its variability. Prior studies have tried to detect genetic variants with a large effect on neuroanatomical diversity, but those currently identified account for <5% of the varianc...read more

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Blood - Brain Barrier Anatomy
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Whole Genome Amplification
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