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March 02, 2020
OCD Distribution 5.0 released data on 645 individuals from four studies: 110 (PIs: Storch, Geller; R01MH093402, R01MH093381), 119 (PI: Simpson; R01MH045436, R01MH045404), 138 (PI: Nestadt; R01MH097993-01A1), and 152 (PI: Marsh; R01MH104648-0).
March 04, 2019
NRGR Launches New Website
December 13, 2018
The PsychENCODE Consortium is a collaboration between 15 research institutes working to provide an enhanced framework of regulatory genomic elements in individuals with neuropsychiatric disorders. The collaboration has resulted in a comprehensive set of manuscripts published in Science providing new insights into the biology of the developing, adult, and diseased human brain.
October 11, 2018
22q11.2 Dist. 1.3 includes updated diagnostic data for subjects from study 111.
February 28, 2018
iPSC Dist. 10.0 includes data from Study 132/Site 502 (PI: Rapoport) and Study 165/Site 369 (PIs: Song, Margolis). In Study 132, there are 44 individuals from 17 families, iPSCs lines, and 44 fibroblasts. In Study 165, there are 4 individuals from 2 families, 9 iPSCs lines, and 0 fibroblasts
February 27, 2018
Anorexia Nervosa Dist. 2.0 contains 2891 records in 849 families from Study 24 and Study 98, including dummy pedigree connector records. N=1569 subjects have DNA. Version 2.0 adds n=860 new subjects from Study 98 (PI: Klump), n=364 with DNA.
February 21, 2018
Schizophrenia Dist. 20.1 fixed 15 subjects from Study 122 whose dx_study='PNOS'. The dx_nimh should be NSPECCT, not OTHER.
February 15, 2018
Schizophrenia Dist. 20.0 includes new data from Study 92 (PIs: Gur, Nimgaonkar) and Study 122 (PIs: Raventós, Glahn, Almasy). New in this collection for Study 92 are a total of 32 individuals in 32 families (32 subjects have DNA cell lines available; 29 subjects have plasma available). New in this collection for Study 122 are a total of 325 individuals in one family (215 subjects have DNA cell lines available; 209 subjects have plasma available). Also, Study 76 was updated from version 19.0 (9,784 subjects have DNA cell lines available; 5,671 individuals have plasma available). Note: 9,276 subjects in version 19.0 were replaced with 10,069 subjects in version 20.0.