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Results for Werling2018:

Title An analytical framework for whole-genome sequence association studies and its implications for autism spectrum disorder
AuthorsWerling, D.M., Brand, H., An, J.-Y., Stone, M.R., Zhu, L., Glessner, J.T., Collins, R.L., Dong, S., Layer, R.M., Markenscoff-Papadimitriou, E., Farrell, A., Schwartz, G.B., Wang, H.Z., Currall, B.B., Zhao, X., Dea, J., Duhn, C., Erdman, C.A., Gilson, M.C.
TechnologyWhole genome sequencing
Variant sourceSupplementary Table 3
CohortsSimons Simplex Collection
Subject count231
The number of subjects for this study could not be determined directly from the variant data; the value given is that reported by the authors in the publication.
Variant event count339
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Breakdown by exonic function
FunctionVariant Count
frameshift deletion1

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Breakdown by exonic function: We annotated the variants with an effect prediction using ANNOVAR. The functions are categories of variants, such as frameshift variants (i.e. frameshift_elongation (SO:0001909)), loss/gain of stop codon, SNVs and non-frameshift variants. See the full list of possible annotations for exonic variants in the documentation.