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Series GSE232865 Query DataSets for GSE232865
Status Public on Nov 22, 2023
Title Exploratory pharmacogene variation in Ghanaian population
Organism Homo sapiens
Experiment type Genome variation profiling by SNP array
Summary Genetic variations in drug metabolising enzymes play a role in how individuals respond to drugs. Pharmacogene variation data in the Ghanaian population is limited and this study looks at exploring common variations that exist in our population for commonly used drugs. Samples were validated with PCR-RFLP for accuracy
Overall design 100 samples were genotyped for pharmacogenes using the MassArrayiPLEX genotyping assay using the iPLEX Gold genotyping kit from Agena Bioscience. This requires an input of 40ng of DNA per sample. Samples are dispensed onto a SpectroCHIP Array and data acquired using MassARRAY analyzer. Data is automatically analyzed and acquired using Typer software version 3.99.105 for each sample.
Contributor(s) Thomford NE, Biney RP
Citation(s) 38254077
Submission date May 19, 2023
Last update date Feb 09, 2024
Contact name Nicholas Ekow Thomford
Phone 0244797595
Organization name University of Cape Coast, Ghana
Department Dept. of Med. Biochem.,SMS, CoHAS,
Lab Pharmacogenomics and Genomic Medicine Lab
Street address PMB, University of Cape Coast School of Medical Sciences, Coast Coast, Ghana
City Cape Coast
State/province Central
ZIP/Postal code 00000
Country Ghana
Platforms (1)
GPL33422 IPLEX VeridoseCore SNP panel microarray
Samples (100)
GSM7385028 0042B
GSM7385029 0070C
GSM7385030 0201B
BioProject PRJNA974254

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GSE232865_PGx_Veridose_Gh.xml.gz 1.1 Mb (ftp)(http) XML
GSE232865_Processed_file.txt.gz 1.9 Kb (ftp)(http) TXT
Processed data are available on Series record

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