Effect Allele (Genetic Variant)

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Effect allele is a genetic variant that increases the likelihood of certain condition (cancer, general disease), or that is more likely to yield a specific trait. For example, if carrying an A allele, compared to a G allele, in a gene increases the likelihood of developing certain disease, A allele is the effect allele.

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