Genetics of non-syndromic idiopathic autism spectrum disorders in India
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The study explores the genetic architecture of patients diagnosed with non-syndromic autism spectrum disorders (according to the DSM-V criteria) in India. Patients were previously screened for aneuploidies using chromosomal G-banded karyotyping (at 500 band resolution) and Fragile-X using TP-PCR. Whole exome sequencing was performed on germline DNA from 100 idiopathic patients. Target enrichment was carried out using either Agilent SureSelect V6 or SureSelect Clinical Research Exome V2 kits. Pooled libraries were sequenced on Illumina HiSeq platform at an average coverage of 80-100x in 2x150bp configuration.
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The dataset consists of whole exome sequencing data (fastq format) of 100 non-syndromic autism spectrum disorder patients from India. Whole exome sequencing data is generated using Agilent SureSelect v6 capture kit and Illumina HiSeq sequencing platform. Paired end fastq files are available.
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