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Question 01 Are the SNPS associated with the disease? For each SNP
you will have to perform a Chi-Square test. If the SNP is not associated with
the disease, there will be a proportional number of affected and unnafected
samples for each genotype
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Question 01 Are the SNPS associated with the disease? For each SNP you will have to perform a Chi-Square test. If the SNP is not associated with the disease, there will be a proportional number of affected and unnafected samples for each genotype

Table 1: SNP1
АА АВ ВВ
Case
19
21
18
Control
13
19
10
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Table 1: SNP1 АА АВ ВВ Case 19 21 18 Control 13 19 10

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