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Exome sequencing in patients with Oliver McFarlane Syndrome

In this work, using exome sequencing, we identified biallelic PNLPA6 mutations in patients with childhood blindness due to severe photoreceptor death and clinical features of Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA) and, interestingly, also of the rare Oliver McFarlane Syndrome

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Studies are experimental investigations of a particular phenomenon, e.g., case-control studies on a particular trait or cancer research projects reporting matching cancer normal genomes from patients.

Study ID Study Title Study Type
EGAS00001001013 Other

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ID File Type Size Located in
EGAF00000655448 fastq.gz 6.1 GB
EGAF00000655449 fastq.gz 6.1 GB
EGAF00000655564 fastq.gz 6.1 GB
EGAF00000655565 fastq.gz 6.2 GB
EGAF00000655566 csfasta.gz 922.9 MB
EGAF00000655567 qual.gz 1.9 GB
EGAF00000655568 csfasta.gz 954.0 MB
EGAF00000655569 qual.gz 2.0 GB
EGAF00000655570 csfasta.gz 800.3 MB
EGAF00000655571 qual.gz 1.7 GB
EGAF00000655984 csfasta.gz 801.7 MB
EGAF00000655985 qual.gz 1.7 GB
EGAF00000655986 csfasta.gz 1.7 GB
EGAF00000655987 qual.gz 3.7 GB
14 Files (40.6 GB)