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Bayesian meta-analysis across genome-wide association studies of diverse phenotypes.

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INFERIORITY OF LABORAS OVER INCAPACITANCE TESTING TO MEASURE SPONTANEOUS MURINE OSTEOARTHRITIS PAIN

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Trinculo: Bayesian and frequentist multinomial logistic regression for genome-wide association studies of multi-category phenotypes.

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Class II HLA interactions modulate genetic risk for multiple sclerosis.

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