Data from: Improving the resolution of canine genome-wide association studies using genotype imputation: a study of two breeds

Christopher Jenkins, Sally Ricketts, Cathryn Mellersh, Ellen Schofield & Luisa De Risio
Genotype imputation using a reference panel that combines high-density array data and publicly available whole genome sequence consortium variant data is potentially a cost-effective method to increase the density of extant lower-density array datasets. In this study three datasets (two Border Collie; one Italian Spinone) generated using a legacy array (Illumina CanineHD, 173,662 SNPs) were utilised to assess the feasibility and accuracy of this approach and to gather additional evidence for the efficacy of canine...
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