Explore Alzheimer's Disease genetics and genomic annotations using the NIAGADS Genomics Database.

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IGAP

NG00036: Summary statistics from the International Genomics of Alzheimer's Project (IGAP) 2013 meta-analysis of genome-wide association (GWAS) data in Alzheimer's disease

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ADSP

NG00061: Variants and annotations from the Discovery Phase of the Alzheimer's Disease Sequencing Project (ADSP)

NG00065: Gene-level genetic evidence for AD based on analysis of exonic ADSP variants

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The GenomicsDB provides a genome browser that allows comparison of AD GWAS summary statistics tracks to sequence variation and transcriptional regulation.

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NG00036: IGAP 2013

Top SNPs and associated loci (genes) as reported in Lambert et al. (2013) Extended meta-analysis of 74,046 individuals identifies 11 new susceptibility loci for Alzheimer's disease. Nat Gen 45(12):1452-1458 (after Table 1). PMID: 24162737

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NG00061: ADSP Variant Annotation

Overview of variants annotated from the Discovery Phase of the ADSP. 578 individuals from 111 families were whole-genome sequenced (WES), and 10,913 unrelated cases and controls were whole-exome (WES) sequenced. From Butkiewicz et al. (2018) Functional annotation of genomic variants in studies of late-onset Alzheimer's disease. Bioinformatics 34(16):2724-2731 (after Table 1). PMID: 29590295

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NG00065: ADSP Discovery Phase Case/Control Whole-Exome Sequencing