New genome mapping technique can explain tuberculosis susceptibility

The fight against tuberculosis (TB) has been extended through the use of a genetic mapping technique called admixture mapping. To use this genetic technique, access to an admixed population that originated from two or more other populations (the so-called parental populations) is needed. These parental populations should have been separated for long periods of time and must differ in their genetic susceptibility to the disease. This technique help uncover previously unknown genetic factors contributing to susceptibility to the disease.
Source : www.geneticliteracyproject.org      2015/7/4 10:16

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