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(WiCell) QT Interval and ECG Cardiac Traits Collection - Frazer Lab

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http://shared.eagle-i.net/i/00000155-5aed-f608-e5e2-249880000000

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  1. Resource Collection

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  1. Related grant number
    U01 HL107442
  2. Resource Description
    This collection, from Dr. Kelly Frazer (UC San Diego), was generated for regulatory genomic studies in iPS cells and derived cardiomyocytes. The iPS cell lines from these studies are included within this collection. This collection contains 224 cell lines, including 41 family groups within this study and 13 sets of twins. (Pedigrees are detailed in “Genetically Related Cell Lines” of each cell line’s web page.) Individuals giving rise to iPSC lines were from the UCSD Twin/Sibling/Pedigree (TSP) cohort, and were re-consented for this study. Disease states for the donors include long QT Syndrome, ECG traits (cardiac arrhythmias, sudden cardiac death), as well as individuals with no reported diagnoses. The age of donors range from 9-88 and ethnicities include European, African American, and Asian.
  3. Additional Name
    NHLBI Next Gen – QT Interval and ECG Cardiac Traits (Dr. Kelly Frazer, University of California San Diego)
  4. Contact
    Frazer, Kelly, Ph.D.
  5. Topic
    Danon disease
  6. Topic
    atrial fibrillation
  7. Topic
    hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
  8. Topic
    dilated cardiomyopathy
  9. Topic
    long QT syndrome
  10. Topic
    coronary artery disease
  11. Topic
    congestive heart failure
  12. Website(s)
    http://www.wicell.org/home/stem-cell-lines/catalog-of-stem-cell-lines/collections/nhlbi-next-gen-frazer.cmsx
  13. Funded by
    National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
  14. Developed by
    Frazer Lab
 
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