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  • 2020 major update of Japanese Multi Omics Reference Panel "jMorp": JG2 Japanese Reference Genome, 8.3KJPN allele frequency panel, and 25K Metabolome

    Research: 2020/10/05


    Tohoku Medical Megabank Organization (ToMMo) performed a major update of the database, Japanese Multi Omics Reference Panel "jMorp", on August 31st, 2020. This time, we updated genome sequence section, genome variation section and metabolome section.

    Update Details
    Genome Sequence

    We updated the Japanese reference genome, JG2, which is constructed by integrating six de novo phased assemblies from three Japanese male individuals.

    Genome Variation

    8.3KJPN, allele and genotype frequency panels from 8,380 Japanese individuals was released.

    Metabolome

    We released distributions of concentrations of 45 metabolites identified by NMR detected in 25,783 volunteers, distributions of peak intensities of 169 characterized metabolites by GC-MS in 2,939 volunteers. We also released the quantified metabolome data from 2,374 volunteers by new Biocrates LC-MS analysis. Moreover, information of metabolome data obtained from volunteers in repeat assessment survey by GC-MS is released.
    The normalization and quality filer protocol was updated from 2019 version in GC-MS data. Three metabolite's name ( TCO500085, TCO500226, and TCZ001256 ) were corrected.

    How to use jMorp

    Please refer to the link below.
    https://jmorp.megabank.tohoku.ac.jp/help/tutorial

    Related Link

    2019 major update of Japanese Multi Omics Reference Panel "jMorp":15,000 people metabolome data and 4.7K Japanese individual genome variation (2019/09/13)

    New article about 3.5KJPNv2 was published (2019/07/04)

    New version of Japanese Multi Omics Reference Panel "jMorp": 10,719 people Metabolome data are now available online (2018/09/06)

    Expanded version of Japanese genome reference panel including INDEL allele is available online (2019/01/15)


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