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While this approach is likely being pursued by many laboratories, no systematic investigation of GWA loci through extensive resequencing has been published to date. Another important step in understanding the causal variant and its effect involves overlaying functional mapping data. gov/encode/). genome. gov/26524238). Thus, the data identifying key functional elements can be overlaid on risk SNPs with GWA loci in an attempt to identifying the key DNA element and the critical nucleotide. This approach has been used successfully to both identify the critical variant and the gene effected, although not yet in PD [55].

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