This open-access resource has been developed by Project MinE. Project MinE is an international collaboration of investigators aiming to unravel the genetic basis of Amytrofic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). The Project MinE ALS sequencing Consortium has set out to collect whole-genome sequencing (WGS) of 15,000 ALS patients and 7,500 controls at 30X coverage. Project MinE is a largely crowd-funded initiative. As such, we are committed to sharing data and results with the scientific and healthcare communities, as well as the public more broadly. Therefor, we have create the Project MinE databrowser. We aim to share raw sequence data, provide results from our analyses, and facilitate interpretation through integration with existing datasets to serve researchers and the public across disciplines. The current dataset contains WGS data from 4,366 ALS cases and 1,832 controls. All of these 6,198 profiles have passed quality control. The data are freely available, but please see and adhere to the data access policy The pilot paper describing Project MinE has been published in the EJHG and available here The preprint describing the databrowser is available on bioRxiv
Single variants results are shown to indicate well-behaved test statistics
The depth of coverage, burden testing results and variant frequencies are based on on 4,366 Amyotrofic Lateral Sclerosis cases and 1,832 age and gender matched controls.
All data is in build hg19/GRCh37.
The allele frequencies are based on different datasets.
As a population reference we have added the gnomAD annotation of both genomes and exomes.
Please see the variant table on the gene specific pages.
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