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Category theory for genetics II: genotype, phenotype and haplotype

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Category theory for genetics II: genotype, phenotype and haplotype
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In this paper, we use the language of pedigrads, introduced in previous work, to formalize the relationship between genotypes, phenotypes and haplotypes. We show how this formalism can help us localize the variations in the genotype that cause a given phenotype. We then use the concept of haplotype to formalize the process of predicting a certain phenotype for a given set of genotypes.
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arXiv:1805.07004 [math]
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2018-08-01
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Category theory for genetics II
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ZSCC: 0000001 arXiv: 1805.07004
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Comment: 34 pages, revision of the 2nd part of arXiv:1708.05255; minor changes: text after Rem. 4.44, Ex. 4.19, sec. 2.1; changed genetic material of p_15 to make sense of l. 7 in p. 16, removed Conv. 2.20
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Tuyéras, R. (2018). Category theory for genetics II: genotype, phenotype and haplotype. ArXiv:1805.07004 [Math]. Retrieved from http://arxiv.org/abs/1805.07004
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