Autism Consortium Releases Data from 3,000 Genome-Wide Scans | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Autism Consortium has released raw genotype data from its genome-wide scans of 3,000 children with autism spectrum disorders or their families, the consortium said Monday.
The Autism Gene Discovery program used Affymetrix’s 500K microarrays to study DNA samples provided by the Autism Genetic Resource Exchange, which is a program begun by the group Autism Speaks.

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