The UW NHLBI Resequencing and Genotyping Laboratory Center (UW RS&G) provides high-throughput, large-scale DNA resequencing and genotyping to identify DNA variations for program-approved investigators. The center applies the experience and expertise it has gained in other large-scale resequencing projects (e.g., NHLBI Grand Opportunity Exome Sequencing Project (ESP)).
 
Assigned Projects
Project ID Project Title Principal Investigator
R7 Resequencing genes that cause cardiomyopathy Ray Hershberger
R19 Oxidation and inflammation in carotid artery disease risk and prevention Gail Jarvik
R22 SNP Diversity in Iron Metabolism Pathways Christine McLaren
R44 Identifying Genetic Variation Contributing to Extremes of Blood Pressure Christopher Newton-Cheh
R74 Large Scale Sequencing of Individuals with Essential Hypertension Aravinda Chakravarti
R82 Genetic Association Studies of Endothelial Lipase and Zinc Finger Protein 202 in Atherosclerosis Hamid Razzaghi
R95 Giant Gene Titin (TTN) Involvement in Dilated Cardiomyopathy Luisa Mestroni
R99 Testing for Disease Causing Mutations in Primary Cilia Dyskinesia (PCD) Maimoona Zariwala
R108 Genome Variation on Chromosome 9 in Framingham Heart Study Participants with Extreme Coronary Artery Disease Phenotypes Christopher O'Donnell
R119 Resequencing Analyses of Loci Influencing LDL Cholesterol and Identified through Genome-Wide Association Studies Gonçalo Abecasis
R123 Genetic Variation at Three Loci Associated with Fetal Hemoglobin Levels in Sickle Cell Disease Patients Joel Hirschhorn
R125 Resequencing genes that cause cardiomyopathy II Ray Hershberger
R170 Resequencing of the TNNI3K and Myotilin genes in Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy Douglas Marchuk
R135 Sequencing for thoracic aortic aneurysms and dissectionDianna Milewicz
R57 A Resequencing Study of Genes of the VEGF Pathway Federico Innocenti
R145 Resenquencing of individuals with Down syndrome, with and without atrioventricular septal defect Cheryl Maslen
R141 Linking Genes to Phenotypes through Population-Based Resequencing. Genetic susceptibility to the adverse metabolic consequences of obesity Jonathan C. Cohen
R152 Resequencing of Fatty Acid Binding Protein Genes in Population of African Ancestry Iva Miljkovic
R151 Resequencing of Candidate Genes linked to Plasma Fatty Acids Shelley A. Cole
R156 Resequencing the Chromosome 4q25 locus for Atrial Fibrillation Patrick Ellinor