Mapping of disease-associated variants in admixed populations
Recent developments in high-throughput genotyping and whole-genome sequencing will enhance the identification of disease loci
in admixed populations. We discuss how a more refined estimation of ancestry benefits both admixture mapping and association
mapping, making disease loci identification in admixed populations more powerful.
High-throughput genotyping and sequencing will enable refined estimation of ancestry, thus enhancing disease loci identification
in admixed populations