Sequencing data of the CTSC gene after WGS of samples from individuals with PLS
The sequencing data of the CTSC gene after whole genome sequencing of blood samples from two individuals with Papillon-Lèfevre Syndrome.
- 2 samples
- DAC: EGAC00001001962
- Technology: Illumina NovaSeq 6000
Harmonised Data Access Agreement (hDAA) for Controlled Access Data Stamatina Liosi (UCL), Stephan Beck (UCL) Section I: Contact and Project Information A. Data Recipient (including contact details) Please ensure that a full postal address and a valid Institutional email address are included Name: Institution’s Legal Name: Institutional Postal Address: Institutional E-mail Address: Website of the Institution: B. Authorised Representative of the Data Recipient Name: Position: Affiliation: Institutional Postal Address: Institutional E-mail Address: C. Data Controller(s) (including contact details) Please ensure that a full postal address and a valid Institutional email address are included Name: Institution’s Legal Name: Institutional Postal Address: Institutional E-mail Address: Website of the Institution: D. Authorised Representative of the Data Controller(s) Name: Position: Affiliation: Institutional Postal Address: Institutional E-mail Address: E. 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