I'm running several case-control association analyses on ~50 SNPs with around 1000 cases and 1000 controls. My only "correction" for population stratification so far has been to select only Caucasian British participants, but does this really account for population structure? Are there other things I can and should do to account for population structure? If it matters, these SNPs are all on the same chromosomal locus.
Question: Correcting for population substructure in a small sample
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