Candidate genes versus genomewide associations: which are better for detecting genetic susceptibility to infectious disease?

Amos W, Driscoll E, Hoffman J (2011)
Proceedings of the Royal Society - B 278(1709): 1183-1188.

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Amos W, Driscoll E, Hoffman J. Candidate genes versus genomewide associations: which are better for detecting genetic susceptibility to infectious disease? Proceedings of the Royal Society - B. 2011;278(1709):1183-1188.
Amos, W., Driscoll, E., & Hoffman, J. (2011). Candidate genes versus genomewide associations: which are better for detecting genetic susceptibility to infectious disease? Proceedings of the Royal Society - B, 278(1709), 1183-1188.
Amos, W., Driscoll, E., and Hoffman, J. (2011). Candidate genes versus genomewide associations: which are better for detecting genetic susceptibility to infectious disease? Proceedings of the Royal Society - B 278, 1183-1188.
Amos, W., Driscoll, E., & Hoffman, J., 2011. Candidate genes versus genomewide associations: which are better for detecting genetic susceptibility to infectious disease? Proceedings of the Royal Society - B, 278(1709), p 1183-1188.
W. Amos, E. Driscoll, and J. Hoffman, “Candidate genes versus genomewide associations: which are better for detecting genetic susceptibility to infectious disease?”, Proceedings of the Royal Society - B, vol. 278, 2011, pp. 1183-1188.
Amos, W., Driscoll, E., Hoffman, J.: Candidate genes versus genomewide associations: which are better for detecting genetic susceptibility to infectious disease? Proceedings of the Royal Society - B. 278, 1183-1188 (2011).
Amos, W, Driscoll, E., and Hoffman, Joseph. “Candidate genes versus genomewide associations: which are better for detecting genetic susceptibility to infectious disease?”. Proceedings of the Royal Society - B 278.1709 (2011): 1183-1188.
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