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Accession: PRJEB6040 ID: 243666

UK10K

See Genome Information for Homo sapiens
The UK10K project proposes a series of complementary genetic approaches to find new low-frequency/rare variants contributing to disease phenotypes. These will be based on obtaining the genome-wide sequence of 4000 samples from the TwinsUK and ALSPAC cohorts (at 6x sequence coverage), and the exome sequence (protein-coding regions and related conserved sequence) of 6000 samples selected for extreme phenotypes. Our studies will focus primarily on cardiovascular-related quantitative traits, obesity and related metabolic traits, neurodevelopmental disorders and a limited number of extreme clinical phenotypes that will provide proof-of-concept for future familial trait sequencing. More...
AccessionPRJEB6040
TypeUmbrella project
SubmissionRegistration date: 5-Apr-2014
Wellcome Sanger Institute
This project encompasses the following 2 sub-projects:
Project TypeNumber of Projects
Other2
BioProject
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OrganismTitle
PRJEB7217Homo sapiensUK10K Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC) Variants (Wellcome Sanger Institute)
PRJEB7218Homo sapiensUK10K The Department of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology (TwinsUK) Variants (Wellcome Sanger Institute)

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