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2000-07

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Iain A. Eaves, Tony R. Merriman, Rachael A. Barber, Sarah Nutland, Eva Tuomilehto-Wolf, Jaakko Tuomilehto, Francesco Cucca, John A. Todd

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The choice of which population to study in the mapping of common disease genes may be critical1,2. Isolated founder populations, such as that found in Finland, have already proved extremely useful for mapping the genes for specific rare monogenic disorders3,4 and are being used in attempts to map the genes underlying common, complex diseases5,6,7,8. But simulation results suggest that, under the common disease-common variant hypothesis9,10,11,12,13, most isolated populations will prove no more useful for linkage disequilibrium (LD) mapping of common disease genes than large outbred populations12. There is very little empirical data to either support or refute this conclusion at present14,15,16. Therefore, we evaluated LD between 21 common microsatellite polymorphisms on chromosome 18q21 in 2 genetic isolates (Finland and Sardinia) and compared the results with those observed in two mixed populations (United Kingdom and United States of America). Mean levels of LD were similar across all four populations. Our results provide empirical support for the expectation that genetic isolates like Finland and Sardinia will not prove significantly more valuable than general populations for LD mapping of common variants underlying complex disease. More... »

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320-323

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