New evidence of genetic adaptation to high altitude in Andean populations

C. Eichstaedt (Heidelberg, Germany), L. Pagani (Padova, Italy), T. Antao (Missoula, United States of America), C. Inchley (Cambridge, United Kingdom), A. Cardona (Cambridge, United Kingdom), A. Mörseburg (Cambridge, United Kingdom), F. Clemente (Montferrier-sur-Lez, France), T. Sluckin (Southampton, United Kingdom), E. Metspalu (Tartu, Estonia), M. Mitt (Tartu, Estonia), R. Mägi (Tartu, Estonia), G. Hudjashov (Tartu, Estonia), M. Metspalu (Tartu, Estonia), M. Mormina (Winchester, United Kingdom), G. Jacobs (Singapore, Singapore), T. Kivisild (Cambridge, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Role of omics in population studies
Session: Role of omics in population studies
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 1274
Disease area: Pulmonary vascular diseases

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C. Eichstaedt (Heidelberg, Germany), L. Pagani (Padova, Italy), T. Antao (Missoula, United States of America), C. Inchley (Cambridge, United Kingdom), A. Cardona (Cambridge, United Kingdom), A. Mörseburg (Cambridge, United Kingdom), F. Clemente (Montferrier-sur-Lez, France), T. Sluckin (Southampton, United Kingdom), E. Metspalu (Tartu, Estonia), M. Mitt (Tartu, Estonia), R. Mägi (Tartu, Estonia), G. Hudjashov (Tartu, Estonia), M. Metspalu (Tartu, Estonia), M. Mormina (Winchester, United Kingdom), G. Jacobs (Singapore, Singapore), T. Kivisild (Cambridge, United Kingdom). New evidence of genetic adaptation to high altitude in Andean populations. 1274

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