Deciphering Developmental Disorders (DDD)
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The Deciphering Developmental Disorders (DDD) study is a research collaboration between the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, the NHS clinical genetics services and families across the UK and Ireland. The project aims to improve the diagnosis of children with developmental disorders by using high-resolution microarray and massively parallel sequencing technologies on 12,000 children and their parents. Genetic changes that explain the child's symptoms will be displayed in the DECIPHER database (https://decipher.sanger.ac.uk). Extended datasets generated by the DDD project will be available in the European Genome-Phenome Archive with access carefully managed by a Data Access Committee.
Study Datasets 7 datasets.
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|EGAD00001001114||DDD DATAFREEZE 2013-12-18: 1133 trios - exome sequence BAM files (Ref: DDD Nature 2015)||3335|
|EGAD00010000702||SNP-chip genotyping data for one proband in the DDD study (Ref : Carvalho AJHG 2015)||N/A|
|EGAD00001001355||DDD DATAFREEZE 2013-12-18: 1133 trios - VCF files (Ref: DDD Nature 2015)||3335|
|EGAD00001001413||DDD DATAFREEZE 2013-12-18: 1133 trios - README, family trios, phenotypes, validated DNMs (Ref: DDD Nature 2015)||3335|
|EGAD00001001848||DDD DATAFREEZE 2014-11-04: 4293 trios - VCF files||12539|
|EGAD00001001977||DDD DATAFREEZE 2014-11-04: 4293 trios - phenotypic and family descriptions||12539|
|EGAD00001002748||DDD DATAFREEZE 2014-11-04: 4293 trios - exome sequence CRAM files||12548|