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This post originally appeared on Science of Aging, the blog for the Institute on Aging at the University of Pennsylvania. It is reposted here with permission. The 2016 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) was held last month in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The annual conference gathers thousands of physicians, scholars, and advocates who work on Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and related dementias (ADRD). The event had such a considerable local impact that banners for the conference appeared throughout Toronto Pearson International Airport, the downtown core, and the event even made...
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Visit the newly enhanced GenomicsDB to access and search public NIAGADS GWAS summary statistics datasets. Our new search interface and improved presentation of gene and SNP information make it easier than ever to identify AD-relevant variants. Take advantage of new features, such as pathway and functional enrichment analysis tools and co-location searches to interpret and integrate search results. This release also makes available 72 additional datasets, including GWAS summary statistics for NG00040: summary statistics from a multi-ethnic exome array study to identify low-frequency coding...
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GenomicsDB v. 2.0 is now available in beta. Try out new analysis tools, explore new datasets, and provide feedback on your experience!
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The NIAGADS GenomicsDB Genome Browser has been updated! 71 tracks now available. Easily find and display tracks of interest by type or biological context via our enhanced track selector tool.
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