ToMMo has completed whole genome sequence analysis for 50,000 who participated in TMM cohort studies. This is one of the largest whole genome sequence analyses of a general population in the world, following in the footsteps of UK Biobank and All of US in USA. We expect to contribute to innovative discovery and various research and development in science and medicine in the future. Based on this study, the Japanese Whole Genome Reference Panel, referred to as 38KJPN, consisting of allele and genotype frequency panels from approximately 38,000 Japanese individuals that are estimated to be unrelated to each other, has been published in the database jMorp.
38KJPN, an SNV/INDEL allele and genotype frequency panels from approximately 38,000 Japanese individuals, were released. We also updated our repository page which describes a summary of ToMMo's whole genome analysis for 50,000 persons.
*Frequencies of variants on the X chromosome and mitochondria will be available soon.
We have analyzed HLA genes of individuals included in the 38KJPN-SNV/INDEL and constructed a frequency panel 38KJPN-HLA.
Please refer to the link below.