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Correcting population stratification in pepper core collection for genome-wide association studies (GWAS)

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Authors
Lee, Hea-Young; Han, Koeun; Kwon, Jin-Kyung; Kang, Byoung-Cheorl
Issue Date
2016-06-29
Publisher
한국육종학회
Citation
한국육종학회지-차세대BG21사업단-GSP 사업단 공동심포지엄, pp. 221
Keywords
Correcting population stratification in pepper core collection for genome-wide association studies (GWAS)농수해양
Abstract
Genome-wide association study (GWAS) is an effective approach for identifying genetic variants associated to useful agronomic traits. GWAS has emerged as a powerful approach for identifying genes underlying complex diseases or morphological traits at an unprecedented rate. In such studies, it is very important to correct for population stratification, which refers to allele frequency differences between cases and controls due to systematic ancestry differences. Population stratification can cause false positive findings if not adjusted properly. As we are planning to perform GWAS for various agronomic traits in pepper, a genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS) approach was used to provide dense genome-wide marker coverage (>33,000 SNPs) for a 250 pepper core collection. Using GBS platform, high density haplotype map was constructed and various stratification methods, including distance based phylogenetic methods, principal component analysis (PCA), and bayesian phylogenetic methods (STRUCTURE) were performed to show the genetic diversity and population stratification. These results will not only find genetic variants among pepper accessions but also provide powerful evidence for reducing first positive error to perform GWAS in large scale studies.
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/117456
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