The Lander-Green Algorithm
in Practice
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Lecture 21
Last Lecture:
Lander-Green Algorithm
m
m
i =2
i =1
L = . P ( I 1 ) P( I i | I i 1 ) P ( X i | I i )
I1
Im
Similar multipoint sib-pai
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Problem Set 8
Due April 6, 2006
Inheritance Vector Based Pedigree Analysis
1. Consider a pair of affected siblings genotyped for a marker with 2 alleles, with
frequencies p1 = 0.6 an
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Problem Set 6
Due March 30, 2006
Multipoint Analysis
1. Two siblings were genotyped at three consecutive SNP markers. For the first
sibling the genotypes A/A, C/C, G/G were observed
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Problem Set 6
Due Thursday March 23
Linkage Analysis of Affected Relative Pairs
1. Consider a polymorphism with three alleles, with frequencies p1 = 0.50, p2 = 0.30
and p3 = 0.20.
a)
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Problem Set 3
Due February 8, 2006
Modeling Events in the Coalescent
1. Consider the genealogy of a set of three sequences from a population of N = 2500
diploid individuals. Assume t
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Problem Set 1
Due Tuesday, January 24, 2005
1. Consider a population where allele frequencies differ between the sexes. Assume that
there are equal numbers of males and females and t
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Parametric Linkage
Analysis
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Lecture 25
Last Lecture
Elston Stewart Algorithm
Can handle large pedigrees
Proceeds one nuclear family at a time
Limited to small numbers of markers
C
The Elston-Stewart
Algorithm
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Lecture 24
Scheduling Important Dates
Remaining Lectures, April 5, 7, 14
Polio Symposium, April 12
Rackham Auditorium, starts at 9:30
Review Session, Ap
The Lander-Green
Algorithm
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Lecture 22
Last Lecture
Relationship Inferrence
Likelihood of genotype data
Adapt calculation to different relationships
Siblings
Half-Siblings
Unrelate
Checking Pairwise
Relationships
Lecture 19
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Last Lecture:
Markov Model for Multipoint Analysis
X1
X3
X2
P ( X 1 | I1 )
P( X 2 | I 2 )
P ( I 2 | I1 )
P( X 3 | I 3 )
I3
I2
I1
XM
P( I 3
Multipoint Analysis for
Sibling Pairs
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Lecture 18
Previously
Linkage analysis with pairs of individuals
Non-parametric IBS Methods
Maximum Likelihood IBD Based Method
Possible Tri
Modeling IBD for
Pairs of Relatives
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Lecture 17
Previously
Linkage Analysis of Relative Pairs
IBS Methods
Compare observed and expected sharing
IBD Methods
Account for frequency of
Replacing IBS with IBD:
The MLS Method
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Lecture 15
Previous Lecture
Analysis of Affected Relative Pairs
Test for Increased Sharing at Marker
Expected Amount of IBS Sharing
Previous Le
IBS Methods for
Affected Pairs Linkage
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Lecture 14
Genetic Mapping
Compares the inheritance pattern
of a trait with the inheritance pattern
of chromosomal regions
Positional Cloning
A
E-M for Haplotyping
Revisited
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Lecture 11
Example
Well estimate haplotype frequencies for the
example below
AA
Aa
aa
BB
25
20
4
Bb
30
12
0
bb
9
0
0
Stratification vs Disequilibrium
A
Haplotype Based
Association Tests
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Lecture 10
Last Lecture
Statistical Haplotyping Methods
Clarks greedy algorithm
The E-M algorithm
Stephens et al. coalescent-based algorithm
Hypo
Haplotyping
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Lecture 9
Last Lecture
Introduction to the E-M algorithm
Approach for likelihood optimization
Examples related to gene counting
Allele frequencies estimation
Haplotype
Maximum Likelihood Estimation
for Allele Frequencies
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Lecture 7
Last Three Lectures:
Introduction to Coalescent Models
Computationally efficient framework
Alternative to forward simu
Coalescent Models
With Recombination
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Lecture 6
So far
Basic Properties of the Coalescent
MRCA
Coalescence times
Number of mutations
Frequency spectrum of polymorphisms
Predicting
Distribution of Mutations
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Lecture 5
Last Lecture:
Introduction to the Coalescent
Coalescent approach
Proceed backwards through time.
Genealogy of a sample of sequences.
Infinite si
Introduction to
Coalescent Models
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Lecture 4
Last Lecture
Linkage Equilibrium
Expected state for distant markers
Linkage Disequilibrium
Association between neighboring alleles
Expe
Linkage Disequilibrium
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Last Lecture
Basic properties of a locus
Allele Frequencies
Genotype Frequencies
Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium
Relationship between allele and genotype frequencie
Genes in Populations:
Hardy Weinberg Equilibrium
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Previous Lecture:
Primer In Genetics
How information is stored in DNA
How DNA is inherited
Types of DNA variation
Common designs for
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Statistical Models in
Human Genetics
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Gonalo Abecasis
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