Marzia’s paper “Network propagation of rare variants in Alzheimer’s disease reveals tissue-specific hub genes and communities” has been published in PLOS Computational Biology! Abstract State-of-the-art rare variant association testing methods aggregate the contribution of rare variants in biologically relevant
The first reviewed appeared in Translational Psychiary and focuses on the achievements of the ENIGMA concortium in the past decate. The second review is part of a special issue of Human Brain Mapping and summarizes the work going on in the
Marzia’s work on leveraging rare single nucleotide variants through network propagation on the gene interaction network is now available as pre-print! https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/781203v1 Background: State-of-the-art rare variant association testing methods aggregate the contribution of rare variants in biologically relevant genomic regions
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