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Enabling Technologies in GWAS Although the first GWAS appeared in the literature in 2003, the initial tools did not cover a representative area of the human genome. In 2004, Ishkanian et al.  described a tiling resolution DNA microarray that they described as showing ‘complete coverage’ of the human genome. Such tools are essential starting blocks for GWAS studies, which are based on enabling genotype-phenotype correlations, using the same principles as candidate gene studies. However, such studies are hypothesis free, since the variants measured span the entire human genome.
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