NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – The Simons Simplex Collection of genomic data from autism spectrum patients and their families is now available through WuXi NextCode's cloud-based database.

Sequencing and associated phenotypic data from a cohort of some 2,600 families with one child with autism spectrum disorder, their unaffected parents, and unaffected siblings is accessible via WuXi NextCode's Exchange, according to the Simons Foundation and the genomic information company WuXi NextCode. The cohort also includes data on more than 2,000 phenotypic variables.

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