Possible methodologies include, but are not limited to, traditional linkage analysis, sibling pair and affected-pedigree-member methods, case-control or family-based association studies, linkage disequilibrium mapping in genetically isolated populations, candidate gene
analysis, cytogenetic studies to identify chromosomal abnormalities associated with a disorder, and positional cloning.
Of particular interest is toll-like receptor 4, a candidate gene
for asthma susceptibility.
It is considered to be a candidate gene
for the regulation of growth and development in cattle and other mammals (Zhang et al.
ARHGAP24 is a key regulator of angiogenesis through its effects on endothelial cell migration, proliferation and capillary tube formation .
It also discusses the role of the environment in disease genetics, all methods of genotyping, genetic risk profiling and the use of genetic associations in medical practice, laboratory aspects of genetic association studies, and candidate gene
Each line contained a specific variant of a single candidate gene
that had been implicated in altered activity and development time.
Population based candidate gene
studies as well as linkage disequilibrium has been used to identify the etiology of CL/P so as to predict its occurrence and to prevent it from occurring in the future.
The molecular functioning of DUB3 therefore presented the gene as a likely novel candidate gene
for the KWE phenotype.
The system supports a range of sequencing applications, including candidate gene
screening, Genome Wide Association Study (GWAS) follow up, deep sequencing of heterogeneous tumor samples, medical genetics and targeted methylation analysis.
Amongst RAAS genes studied till date, CYP11B2 gene (CYP11B2) encoding aldosterone synthase has emerged as a strong candidate gene