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The Human Genome Epidemiology Navigator
- An online continuously updated, curated database of epidemiologic studies of human genetic variation in relation to human diseases. As of April 10, the database exceeded 80,000 articles. Search the HuGE Navigator by disease, gene, type of study (GWAS, candidate genes, meta analysis), exposure, year, author and much more
- CDC article: A navigator for human genome epidemiology.
Yu Wei al, Nat Genet 2008
- CDC article: Genetic Epidemiology with a capital E: Ten Years After.
Khoury MJ. et al. Genet epidemiol 2011