Study

Human genomic and phenotypic synthetic data for the study of rare diseases

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001005702 Other

Study Description

The purpose of this dataset is to facilitate development of technical implementations for rare disease data integration, analysis, discovery, and federated access. This synthetic dataset includes clinical and genomic data from 6 rare disease cases. It consists of 18 whole genomes (6 index cases with their parents) which have genetic background based on public human data sequenced in the context of the Illumina Platinum initiative (Eberle, MA et al. (2017)) and made available by the HapMap project (https://www.genome.gov/10001688/international-hapmap-project). In each of the cases, real causative variants correlating with the phenotypic data provided were spiked-in. The cases included in this synthetic dataset correspond to the following type of disorders: CASE 1- Congenital myasthenic syndrome (Autosomal Dominant -de novo variant) CASE 2- Macular dystrophy (Autosomal Dominant) CASE 3- Muscular dystrophy (Autosomal Recessive-compound heterozygous variants) CASE 4- Mitochondrial disorder (Autosomal Recessive-consanguineous case - homozygous variant) CASE 5- Breast cancer (Autosomal ... (Show More)

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Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
EGAD00001008392
The purpose of this project is to provide public human datasets for the study of rare diseases. The use of public human genomic background combined with the in-silico insertion of real disease-causing variants enable to have a representative dataset for testing purposes without facing ethical and legal issues associated with the use of human sensitive data. This project aims to help development of technical implementations for rare disease data integration, analysis, discovery, and federated ... (Show More)
Illumina HiSeq 2000 18

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