Rosenberg lab at Stanford University

Data sets

HGDP-CEPH human genome diversity cell line panel

The diversity panel is a large and widely-used collection of DNA samples from individuals distributed around the world. The properties of the sample were first reported by Cann et al. in Science 296: 261-262 (2002). We then reported genotypes of these individuals at a collection of genome-wide microsatellites (Rosenberg et al., Science 298: 2381-2385 [2002]). Since then, additional genotypes have been obtained for various loci, and a selection of publications based on these individuals is maintained at CEPH.

Noah Rosenberg and Saurabh Mahajan with a box containing the diversity panel DNA samples, February 2005

Other lab data sets

Additional data sets hosted by collaborating labs