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    • The GenomeAsia 100K Project enables genetic discoveries across Asia 

      Wall JD; Stawiski EW; Ratan A; Kim HL; Kim C; Gupta R; Suryamohan K; Gusareva ES; Purbojati RW; Bhangale T; Stepanov V; Kharkov V; Schröder MS; Ramprasad V; Tom J; Durinck S; Bei Q; Li J; Guillory J; Phalke S; Basu A; Stinson J; Nair S; Malaichamy S; Biswas NK; Chambers JC; Cheng KC; George JT; Khor SS; Kim JI; Cho B; Menon R; Sattibabu T; Bassi A; Deshmukh M; Verma A; Gopalan V; Shin JY; Pratapneni M; Santhosh S; Tokunaga K; Md-Zain BM; Chan KG; Parani M; Natarajan P; Hauser M; Allingham RR; Santiago-Turla C; Ghosh A; Gadde SGK; Fuchsberger C; Forer L; Schoenherr S; Sudoyo H; Lansing JS; Friedlaender J; Koki G; Cox MP; Hammer M; Karafet T; Ang KC; Mehdi SQ; Radha V; Mohan V; Majumder PP; Seshagiri S; Seo JS; Schuster SC; Peterson AS (2019)
      The underrepresentation of non-Europeans in human genetic studies so far has limited the diversity of individuals in genomic datasets and led to reduced medical relevance for a large proportion of the world’s population. ...