Array Analysis - Custom Tracks

Tools for your cytogenomic microarray practice, including ICCG (formerly ISCA) design files and custom tracks to aid in analysis.

Expert-Level Curation - ISCA Curated Pathogenic/Benign Regions custom tracks (NCBI36/hg18 and GRCh37/hg19)

The data represented in these tracks have been reviewed and curated by a committee of experts.  For structural variant data, the data has been reviewed by the Evidence-Based Review committee. These files contain the list of curated pathogenic (updated 08/2011) or benign regions (updated 07/2012).

Single-Source Curation - ISCA Database custom BED Tracks (NCBI36/hg18 and GRCh37/hg19)

The data in these tracks represent information AS IT WAS SUBMITTED by the original submitting laboratory.  The data has not been further curated by anyone other than the original submitter. These files contain the CNVs as reported by ISCA laboratories separated by clinical interpretation. These files were last updated in June 2012.

Single-Source Curation - ISCA Database custom BED Details Tracks (NCBI36/hg18 and GRCh37/hg19)

The data in these tracks represent information AS IT WAS SUBMITTED by the original submitting laboratory.  The data has not been further curated by anyone other than the original submitter. These files contain the CNVs as reported by ISCA laboratories separated by clinical interpretation. These files were last updated in June 2012

CHOP CNV data (From Other Sources)

The "CHOP CNV data" tracks were generated with data from Shaikh, et al. Genome Res 2009 (PMCID: PMC2752118) and represent CNVs in a normal population.

The "CHOP CNV data" tracks were generated with data from Shaikh, et al. Genome Res 2009 (PMCID: PMC2752118) and represent CNVs in a normal population. Gains are colored in blue; heterozygous deletions are bright red and homozygous deletions are dark red/brown. The "Itsara 2009 CNV Data" tracks were generated with data from Itsara, et al. Am J Hum Genet 2009 (PMCID: PMC2668011). Gains are colored in blue; heterozygous deletions are bright red and homozygous deletions are dark red/brown. The ID of each case represents the array platform and study (parc-cap, parc-prince, hgdp, NINDS-317+240, or NINDS-550K) as indicated in the Methods section of the publication. The individuals in this population are considered normal, though not all of the individuals were screened for the presence of neurological disease.