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See detailIntroducing the multivariate dale model in population-based genetic association studies
Van Steen, Kristel ULg; Tahri, N.; Molenberghs, G.

in Biometrical Journal = Biometrische Zeitschrift (2004), 46(2), 187-202

Until recently, the most common parametric approaches to study the combined effects of several genetic polymorphisms located within a gene or in a small genomic region are, at the genotype level, logistic ... [more ▼]

Until recently, the most common parametric approaches to study the combined effects of several genetic polymorphisms located within a gene or in a small genomic region are, at the genotype level, logistic regressions and at the haplotype level, haplotype analyses. An alternative modeling approach, based on the case/control principle, is to regard exposures (e.g., genetic data such as derived from Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms - SNPs) as random and disease status as fixed and to use a marginal multivariate model that accounts for inter-relationships between exposures. One such model is the multivariate Dale model. This model is based on multiple logistic regressions. That is why the model, applied in a case/control setting, leads to straightforward interpretations that are similar to those drawn in a classical logistic modeling framework. [less ▲]

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See detailThe multivariate Dale model and genetic associations
Van Steen, Kristel ULg; Molenberghs, G.; Tahri, N.

in American Journal of Human Genetics (2002), 71

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See detailMerits of the multivariate Dale model in genetic association studies
Van Steen, Kristel ULg; Molenberghs, G.; Tahri, N.

in Genetic Epidemiology (2002), 23

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See detailIntroduction of the multivariate Dale model in genetic association studies.
Van Steen, Kristel ULg; Tahri, N.; Molenberghs, G.

in American Journal of Human Genetics (2001), 69(4), 1289

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