Sarah S. Murray mainly investigates Genetics, Single-nucleotide polymorphism, Genome-wide association study, Haplotype and International HapMap Project. Her Single-nucleotide polymorphism research focuses on Human genetic variation and how it connects with Natural selection, Phenotypic trait, Genetic variability and Phenotype. Sarah S. Murray is interested in Linkage disequilibrium, which is a branch of Haplotype.
In her study, Structural variation is strongly linked to Tag SNP, which falls under the umbrella field of Linkage disequilibrium. Her International HapMap Project research integrates issues from Imputation and Computational biology. Her work deals with themes such as Haplotype estimation and Genetic linkage, which intersect with Human genome.
Her primary scientific interests are in Genetics, Single-nucleotide polymorphism, Genome-wide association study, Genetic association and Gene. Her work carried out in the field of Single-nucleotide polymorphism brings together such families of science as Internal medicine and Haplotype. Her Genome-wide association study research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Body mass index, Obesity, Allelic heterogeneity, Quantitative trait locus and Menarche.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Meta-analysis, Minor allele frequency, Locus and Phenotype in addition to Genetic association. Her Gene research incorporates themes from Computational biology, Bioinformatics and Circadian rhythm. Her International HapMap Project study combines topics in areas such as Imputation and Copy-number variation.
Her primary areas of study are Gene, Computational biology, Single-nucleotide polymorphism, Haplotype and CTCF. Her work on Genome, DNA sequencing, Rna degradation and RNA-Seq as part of general Gene research is often related to Sample preparation, thus linking different fields of science. Sarah S. Murray combines subjects such as Exome sequencing, DNA and Coding region with her study of Genome.
Her research in DNA sequencing intersects with topics in Exome and Indel. Her study in the field of ADH1A also crosses realms of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including SNP, Genetic association and Locus.
Internal medicine, Genetics, Knowledge base, Intensive care medicine and Neonatology are her primary areas of study. Her Analysis of variance study, which is part of a larger body of work in Internal medicine, is frequently linked to HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her research links Autism spectrum disorder with Genetics.
Her Knowledge base investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Modalities, Medical genetics, Disease, Neonatal intensive care unit and Genetic testing. Her Intensive care medicine study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as MEDLINE. Her studies deal with areas such as Neuroscience and Gene regulatory network as well as Wnt signaling pathway.
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The International HapMap Project
John W. Belmont;Paul Hardenbol;Thomas D. Willis;Fuli Yu.
A haplotype map of the human genome
John W. Belmont;Andrew Boudreau;Suzanne M. Leal;Paul Hardenbol.
A second generation human haplotype map of over 3.1 million SNPs
Kelly A. Frazer;Dennis G. Ballinger;David R. Cox;David A. Hinds.
Genome-wide detection and characterization of positive selection in human populations
Pardis C. Sabeti;Pardis C. Sabeti;Patrick Varilly;Patrick Varilly;Ben Fry;Jason Lohmueller.
Human genetic variation and its contribution to complex traits.
Kelly A. Frazer;Sarah S. Murray;Nicholas J. Schork;Eric J. Topol.
Nature Reviews Genetics (2009)
Family income, parental education and brain structure in children and adolescents
Kimberly G. Noble;Suzanne M. Houston;Natalie H Brito;Hauke Bartsch.
Nature Neuroscience (2015)
A high resolution HLA and SNP haplotype map for disease association studies in the extended human MHC
Paul I W de Bakker;Gil McVean;Pardis C Sabeti;Marcos M Miretti.
Nature Genetics (2006)
Common vs. rare allele hypotheses for complex diseases.
Nicholas J Schork;Sarah S Murray;Kelly A Frazer;Eric J Topol.
Current Opinion in Genetics & Development (2009)
Evaluation of next generation sequencing platforms for population targeted sequencing studies
Olivier Harismendy;Pauline C Ng;Robert L Strausberg;Xiaoyun Wang.
Genome Biology (2009)
Targeted pharmacological depletion of serum amyloid P component for treatment of human amyloidosis
M. B. Pepys;J. Herbert;W. L. Hutchinson;G. A. Tennent.
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