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Sex Differences in Genetic Associations With Longevity
Zeng Y, et al. JAMA Netw Open 2018. PMID 30294719 Free PMC article.
Five hundred sixty-four male and 1614 female participants older than 100 years were compared with a control group of 773 male and 1526 female individuals aged 40 to 64 years. ...This study contributes to filling this research gap and provides a scientific basis for further investigating effects of sex-specific genetic variants and their interactions with environment on healthy aging, which may substantially contribute to more effective and targeted individualized health care for male and female elderly individuals....
Five hundred sixty-four male and 1614 female participants older than 100 years were compared with a control group of 773 male and 152 …
Genomic landscapes of Chinese sporadic autism spectrum disorders revealed by whole-genome sequencing
Wu J, et al. J Genet Genomics 2018. PMID 30392784
In chromosomal structure analyses, we found four de novo CNVs and one de novo chromosomal rearrangement event, including a de novo duplication of UBE3A-containing region at 15q11.2-q13.1, which causes Angelman syndrome and microcephaly, and a disrupted TNR due to de novo chromosomal translocation t(1; 5)(q25.1; q33.2). ...
In chromosomal structure analyses, we found four de novo CNVs and one de novo chromosomal rearrangement event, including a de novo duplicati …
Establishing a second-tier panel of 18 ancestry informative markers to improve ancestry distinctions among Asian populations.
Qu S, et al. Forensic Sci Int Genet 2019. PMID 31136932
At present, several mature ancestry informative SNP (AISNP) panels are used to distinguish between continental regions of the world, but a more accurate division within the continent requires a secondary panel to complete. ...Therefore, instead of choosing from the published panels, we used the 1000 Genomes Project to screen potentially informational markers in Asian populations, including single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and insertion/deletion polymorphisms (InDels). ...
At present, several mature ancestry informative SNP (AISNP) panels are used to distinguish between continental regions of the world, …
South Asians: why are they at a higher risk for cardiovascular disease?
Jain A, et al. Curr Opin Cardiol 2017 - Review. PMID 28505046
Small, dense, low-density lipoprotein (LDL), low high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (HDL-C) concentration and high triglycerides may contribute to atherosclerosis. ...
Small, dense, low-density lipoprotein (LDL), low high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (HDL-C) concentration and high triglycerides may co
An Ancestry Informative Marker Set Which Recapitulates the Known Fine Structure of Populations in South Asia
Das R and Upadhyai P. Genome Biol Evol 2018. PMID 30184103 Free PMC article.
Our findings suggest that the Infocalc approach is likely most suitable for delineation of South Asian AIMs. In particular, Infocalc-2,000 (N = 2,000) appeared as the most informative South Asian AIMs panel that recapitulated the finer structure within South Asian genomes with high degree of sensitivity and precision, whereas a negative control with an equivalent number of randomly selected markers when used to interrogate the South Asian populations, failed to do so. ...Notably, this is the first report of an AIMs panel for South Asian ancestry inference. Overall these findings may aid in developing cost-effective resources for large-scale demographic analyses and foster expansion of our knowledge of human origins and disease, in the South Asian context....
Our findings suggest that the Infocalc approach is likely most suitable for delineation of South Asian AIMs. In particular, Infocalc- …
Long-read sequencing and de novo assembly of a Chinese genome
Shi L, et al. Nat Commun 2016. PMID 27356984 Free PMC article.
Here we sequence a Chinese individual HX1 by single-molecule real-time (SMRT) long-read sequencing, construct a physical map by NanoChannel arrays and generate a de novo assembly of 2.93 Gb (contig N50: 8.3 Mb, scaffold N50: 22.0 Mb, including 39.3 Mb N-bases), together with 206 Mb of alternative haplotypes. ...Comparison to GRCh38 reveals 12.8 Mb of HX1-specific sequences, including 4.1 Mb that are not present in previously reported Asian genomes. ...
Here we sequence a Chinese individual HX1 by single-molecule real-time (SMRT) long-read sequencing, construct a physical map by NanoChannel …
Detection of Ancestry Information of Urumqi Mongolians Based on the AIM-InDels Loci Multiplex System
Shen CM, et al. Fa Yi Xue Za Zhi 2019. PMID 31833287 Free article.
The compositions of ancestry information of Urumqi Mongolians were studied with 17 different populations from three continents (East Asia, Europe and Africa) as reference populations. ...In a phylogenetic tree, the Urumqi Mongolian group was in the same branch as East Asian populations. Conclusion Urumqi Mongolian group had relatively close genetic relationships with East Asian populations, and the proportion of its East Asian ancestry was about 89%....
The compositions of ancestry information of Urumqi Mongolians were studied with 17 different populations from three continents (East …
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