Open Journal of Bioinformatics and Biostatistics


    Open Access Review Article Article ID: OJBB-1-103

    Causality in Genomics Studies: Time is ripe for a new Paradigm

    Ahmed Rebai*

    Biological sciences have been for so long dominated by observational approaches as shown by the scarcity of studies trying to infer causality from association, starting from the historical and very instructive studies of Pierre Louis (1835) on the efficacy of the standard treatments for pneumonia and John Snow (1855) on the causal relationship between cholera and water contamination [1].


    Published on: Jun 27, 2017 Pages: 10-14

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/ojbb.000003
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