How many statements about Genome Wide Association Studies are true?

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- they generally look at people both with and without a disease

- they generally look at families in which one disease is common

- they can identify multiple polymorphisms associated with a disease

- they are used to identify the single gene mutated in a monogenic human disease

- they seek to identify SNPs statistically correlated with a disease

- they involve sequencing the genomes of thousands of people


a) 2 are correct

b) 3 are correct

c) 4 are correct

d) 5 are correct

e ) 6 are correct
asked May 4, 2016 in Genetics by georgepak112 ~Rookie~ (75 points)

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