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NDPT175 96 WELL PLATE OF DNA SAMPLES

Description: NEUROLOGICALLY NORMAL AFRICAN AMERICAN CONTROL PANEL

Aliquot Size: 5 µg each

Sex: Males: 44 Females: 48

Brief Description: This panel contains 5 micrograms of DNA from 92 unique and unrelated African American individuals from North America without neurological disorders. Of these, 44 are males and 48 are females, with an age at collection ranging from 19-86 years. Data collected on these subjects consisted of Control Clinical Data Elements as outlined in the Coriell NINDS Genetics Repository guidelines. These data include a detailed medical and family history. None have a history of neurological illness, and none have first degree relatives with a history of primary neurological illness. Genetic ancestry was determined for the samples on this plate in a method described in Londin et al. PLoS ONE 2010. Continental admixture proportions were determined and are provided with a description in this Excel File.
Plate Layout: The specific position on the plates has been optimized to reduce any possible errors in sample identity during the genotyping process.



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