Whole-genome sequencing of normal Singaporean volunteers

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001004007 Other

Study Description

Sleep is associated with various health outcomes. Despite their growing adoption, the potential for consumer wearables to contribute sleep metrics to sleep-related biomedical research remains largely uncharacterized. Here we analyzed sleep tracking data, along with questionnaire responses and multi-modal phenotypic data generated from 482 normal volunteers. First, we compared wearable-derived and self-reported sleep metrics, particularly total sleep time (TST) and sleep efficiency (SE). We then identified demographic, socioeconomic and lifestyle factors associated with wearable-derived TST. Among others, male gender (β = -15.539, 95% confidence interval [CI] = -26.245 - -4.832, p = 0.005), older age (β = -0.493, CI = -0.941 - -0.044, p = 0.032) and manual labor (β = -26.856, CI = -49.715 - -3.997, p = 0.022) were associated with reduced TST, whereas alcohol consumption (β = 19.247, CI = 8.008 - 30.486, p = 8.54x10-04) was associated with increased TST. Multi-modal phenotypic data analysis showed that wearable-derived TST and SE were associated with various cardiovascular disease ... (Show More)

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Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
Whole-genome sequencing (WGS) data for 546 Singaporean volunteers used to estimate WGS-LTL in the study. Samples were sequenced using Illumina Hiseq X to a mean coverage of 30X.
HiSeq X Ten 546

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