Aliquot Size: 10 µg each

Sex: Males: 25 Females: 25

Brief Description: The Caucasian Panel of 50 is a selection of 25 male and 25 female samples from Caucasian Panel of 100. The individual cell cultures of this panel are labeled GM17201 to GM17250 and the DNA samples are labeled NA17201 to NA17250.

Some samples in the Human Variation Collection have been assigned a second catalogue number to indicate inclusion in the Human Variation Collection in addition to their original catalogue number. A complete list of the alternative sample numbers can be downloaded as an Excel file.

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Catalog IDSexAge at SamplingFamilyRelationshipGeneMutationAffected
NA17201Male25 YR700   No
NA17242Female65 YR    No
NA17247Female65 YR  HLA-BHLA-B*5701 (Mono)No
NA17233Female56 YR    No
NA17218Female51 YR    No
NA17224Female48 YR    No
NA17245Female48 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17246Female46 YR  CYP2C19, CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono), TRP120ARG (Mono)No
NA17215Female44 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17217Female44 YR    No
NA17230Female37 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17250Female35 YR    No
NA17238Female34 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17229Female33 YR    No
NA17208Female32 YR    No
NA17234Female31 YR    No
NA17239Female27 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17213Female26 YR    No
NA17236Female26 YR  CYP2D62850C>T (Mono), ARG296CYS AND SER486THR (Mono)No
NA17202Female23 YR    No
NA17204Female23 YR    No
NA17206Female23 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17209Female23 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17210Female22 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17216Female22 YR    No
NA17221Female22 YR  CYP2C9, CYP2D615489579A>C (Mono), DUP (Mono)No
NA17228Male75 YR    No
NA17222Male68 YR    No
NA17211Male65 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17237Male63 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17240Male60 YR  CYP2D6, HLA-BHLA-B*5701 (Mono), PRO34SER (Mono)No
NA17223Male57 YR    No
NA17248Male55 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono), PRO34SER (Mono)No
NA17243Male52 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17212Male51 YR    No
NA17244Male44 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17249Male44 YR    No
NA17241Male40 YR    No
NA17225Male37 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17220Male36 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17226Male36 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17214Male33 YR    No
NA17219Male33 YR    No
NA17235Male31 YR  CYP2D6DEL (Mono)No
NA17207Male28 YR    No
NA17231Male28 YR    No
NA17203Male27 YR  CYP2D6IVSDS3, G>A, +1 (Mono)No
NA17232Male27 YR    No
NA17205Male26 YR    No
NA17227Male18 YR  CYP2D62613_2615delAGA (Mono)No