Sample Name: Samoan
Sample UID: SA000290L
Sample Description:The Samoan sample was drawn from villages distributed over the islands of Western Samoa.
Number of Chromosomes: 200
Relation to Other Samples:
References:- Parra E, Saha N, Soemantri AG, McGarvey ST, Hundrieser J, Shriver MD, Deka R. "Genetic Variation at 9 autosomal Microsatellite Loci in Asian and Pacific Populations". Hum. Biol. 71:757-779. (1999) Online citation.
Sample UID: SA000072J
Sample Description:Samoan sample collected by Dr. W. Knowler of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease.
Number of Chromosomes: 22
References:- Chang FM, Kidd JR, Livak KJ, Pakstis AJ, Kidd KK. "The world-wide distribution of allele frequencies at the human dopamine D4 receptor locus". Hum. Genet. 98:91-101. (1996) Online citation.
- Tishkoff SA, Goldman A, Calafell F, Speed WC, Deinard AS, Bonne-Tamir B, Kidd JR, Pakstis AJ, Jenkins T, Kidd KK. "A global haplotype analysis of the myotonic dystrophy locus: implications for the evolution of modern humans and for the origin of myotonic dystrophy mutations". Am. J. Hum. Genet. 62:1389-402. (1998) Online citation.
Sample Name: Samoa
Sample UID: SA001757U
Sample Description:This sample consist of individuals from the general population of American Samoa and Samoa. Individuals were identified by biogeographical information traced back at least two generations. This sample was collected by Dr. Rene J. Herrera.
Number of Chromosomes: 190
References:- Shepard EM, Chow RA, Suafo'a E, Addison D, Perez-Miranda AM, Garcia-Bertrand RL, Herrera RJ. "Autosomal STR variation in five Austronesian populations". Hum Biol 77:825-851. (2005) Online citation.
Sample UID: SA003736T
Sample Description:This sample consists of ethnic Samoans sampled in Samoa. This sample was collected by the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation (SMGF). Informed consent was obtained from all the study subjects at the sampling location and the western Institutional Review Board approved all procedures.
Number of Chromosomes: 26
References:- Xing J, Watkins WS, Shlien A, Walker E, Huff CD, Witherspoon DJ, Zhang Y, Simonson TS, Weiss RB, Schiffman JD, Malkin D, Woodward SR, Jorde LB. "Toward a more uniform sampling of human genetic diversity: a survey of worldwide populations by high-density genotyping". Genomics 96:199-210. (2010) Online citation.
Sample Name: Samoans
Sample UID: SA003378V
Sample Description:This sample consists of Somoans.
Note: This sample information is not fully curated. For additional information about the sample, consult the publications under "References". The sample was entered as part of data submission by Eisenberg DA.
Number of Chromosomes: 222
References:- Deka R, McGarvey ST, Aston CE, Jin L, Ferrell RE, Kamboh MI, Yu LM, and Chakraborty R "Genetic characterization of American and Western Somoans". Human Biology 66:805-822. (1994)
- Eisenberg DA, Kuzawa, CW, Hayes MG "Worldwide allele frequencies of the human apolipoprotein E
(APOE) gene: climate, local adaptations and evolutionary
history". American Journal of Physical Anthropology 143:100-11. (2010) Online citation.
Sample Name: American Samoan
Sample UID: SA002341K
Sample Description:This sample consists of Amreican Samoans. Informed consent was obtained from the individuals.
Number of Chromosomes: 50
References:- Su B, Sun G, Lu D, Xiao J, Hu F, Chakraborty R, Deka R, Jin L "Distribution of three HIV-1 resistance-conferring polymorphisms (SDF1-3'A, CCR2-641, and CCR5-delta32) in global populations". Eur J Hum Genet. 8:975-9. (2000) Online citation.
Sample Name: American Somoans
Sample UID: SA003342M
Sample Description:This sample consists of American Somoans.
Number of Chromosomes: 508
References:- Crews DE, Fitton LJ, Kottke BA, Kamboh MI. "Population genetics of apolipoproteins A-IV, E, and H, and the angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE): associations with lipids, and apolipoprotein levels in American Samoans". Am J Phys Anthropol. 124:364-72.. (2004) Online citation.
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