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ready Allele frequency resource for research and teaching


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ALFRED is designed to make allele frequency data on human population samples readily available for use by the scientific and educational communities.


Developed in United States

Created in 2000

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ALFRED: an allele frequency database for diverse populations and DNA polymorphisms.

Cheung KH., Osier MV., Kidd JR., Pakstis AJ., Miller PL., Kidd KK.,
Nucleic Acids Res. 2000

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ALFRED: the ALelle FREquency Database. Update.

Rajeevan H., Osier MV., Cheung KH., Deng H., Druskin L., Heinzen R., Kidd JR., Stein S., Pakstis AJ., Tosches NP., Yeh CC., Miller PL., Kidd KK.,
Nucleic Acids Res. 2003

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ALFRED: an allele frequency resource for research and teaching.

Rajeevan H,Soundararajan U,Kidd JR,Pakstis AJ,Kidd KK
Nucleic Acids Res 2011

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  • AA09379 (ELIXIR IIB, Italy)

  • BCS0096588 (National Science Foundation)

  • BCS0938633 (National Science Foundation)

  • GM57672 (ELIXIR IIB, Italy)

  • LM05583 (ELIXIR IIB, Italy)

  • P01GM57672 (U.S. Public Health Service)

  • R01AA09379 (U.S. Public Health Service)

  • SBR9632509 (National Science Foundation)

  • T15 LM07056 (ELIXIR IIB, Italy)

  • T15LM07056 (U.S. Public Health Service)