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Matthew Jorgensen to Quantitative Trait Loci

This is a "connection" page, showing publications Matthew Jorgensen has written about Quantitative Trait Loci.
Connection Strength

0.377
  1. Jasinska AJ, Zelaya I, Service SK, Peterson CB, Cantor RM, Choi OW, DeYoung J, Eskin E, Fairbanks LA, Fears S, Furterer AE, Huang YS, Ramensky V, Schmitt CA, Svardal H, Jorgensen MJ, Kaplan JR, Villar D, Aken BL, Flicek P, Nag R, Wong ES, Blangero J, Dyer TD, Bogomolov M, Benjamini Y, Weinstock GM, Dewar K, Sabatti C, Wilson RK, Jentsch JD, Warren W, Coppola G, Woods RP, Freimer NB. Genetic variation and gene expression across multiple tissues and developmental stages in a nonhuman primate. Nat Genet. 2017 Dec; 49(12):1714-1721.
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    Score: 0.166
  2. Jasinska AJ, Service S, Choi OW, DeYoung J, Grujic O, Kong SY, Jorgensen MJ, Bailey J, Breidenthal S, Fairbanks LA, Woods RP, Jentsch JD, Freimer NB. Identification of brain transcriptional variation reproduced in peripheral blood: an approach for mapping brain expression traits. Hum Mol Genet. 2009 Nov 15; 18(22):4415-27.
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    Score: 0.094
  3. Freimer NB, Service SK, Ophoff RA, Jasinska AJ, McKee K, Villeneuve A, Belisle A, Bailey JN, Breidenthal SE, Jorgensen MJ, Mann JJ, Cantor RM, Dewar K, Fairbanks LA. A quantitative trait locus for variation in dopamine metabolism mapped in a primate model using reference sequences from related species. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2007 Oct 02; 104(40):15811-6.
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    Score: 0.082
  4. Huang YS, Ramensky V, Service SK, Jasinska AJ, Jung Y, Choi OW, Cantor RM, Juretic N, Wasserscheid J, Kaplan JR, Jorgensen MJ, Dyer TD, Dewar K, Blangero J, Wilson RK, Warren W, Weinstock GM, Freimer NB. Sequencing strategies and characterization of 721 vervet monkey genomes for future genetic analyses of medically relevant traits. BMC Biol. 2015 Jun 20; 13:41.
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    Score: 0.035
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