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HAPMAPV15 HUMAN VARIATION PANEL

Description: INTERNATIONAL HAPMAP PROJECT - GUJARATI INDIANS IN HOUSTON, TEXAS

Aliquot Size: 50 µg each

Sex: Males: 45 Females: 45

Brief Description: These cell lines and DNA samples were prepared from blood samples collected in the Houston metropolitan area. The samples were donated by unrelated individuals who identified themselves as Gujarati and reported having at least three of four Gujarati grandparents. No attempt was made to clarify the meaning that donors attributed to their self-reported Gujarati identity.
Pemberton, Trevor J., Wang, Chaolong, Li, Jun Z., and Rosenberg, Noah A., Inference of unexpected genetic relatedness among individuals in HapMap phase III Am J Hum Genet87:457-464 2010
PubMed ID: 20869033
 
Manolio TA, Brooks LD, Collins FS, A HapMap harvest of insights into the genetics of common disease The Journal of clinical investigation118:1590-605 2008
PubMed ID: 18451988



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