Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS) refers to the development of multi-center, large-sample, and repeatedly verified association studies between genes and diseases at the whole-genome level, which is to conduct whole-genome studies on large-scale population DNA samples. High-density genetic markers (such as SNP or CNV, etc.) are typed to find research methods for genetic factors related to complex diseases, and comprehensively reveal genetic genes related to disease occurrence, development and treatment.
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The Born in Guangzhou Cohort Study Department is the main department to undertake key project ‘The Born in Guangzhou Cohort Study’,improving child and women's health interventions to provide a scientific basis, and provide the basis for improving health services, the development of relevant medical service guidelines and policies.