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Talk on “Dissection and fine-mapping of trans-eQTL hotspots”

These are slides for a talk that I gave to the Jackson Lab Center for Genome Dynamics (remotely) on 10 Feb 2015, at the Complex Trait Community meeting in Portland, Oregon, on 11 June 2015, the Department of Biological Statistics and Computational Biology at Cornell University on 18 Apr 2016, for the Queenstown Research Week conference in Nelson, New Zealand, on 1 Sep 2016, and at the Genetics Program, North Carolina State University, in Raleigh, NC, on 6 Feb 2017. The slides were changed a bit each time.

I've not included the primary data in the repository, so you won't be able to build the slides.

The compiled slides: pdf | pdf with notes


To the extent possible under law, Karl Broman has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to “Dissection and fine-mapping of trans-eQTL hotspots”. This work is published from the United States.
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