PGS Sample Set (PSS): PSS000328

Sample #1

Phenotype ACS was defined as MI, unstable angina or death due to CHD.
Sample Ancestry European (Finnish)

Sample Numbers

Total number
5,104 individuals
Detailed numbers
235 cases (4.6%)
4,869 controls
44.8% Male samples
Participant Follow-up Time Mean : 19.0 years
Age of Study Participants
  • Mean : 43.9 years
  • Sd : 11.3 years
Number of Cohort(s) 1
Sample distribution
Sample gender distribution

Cohort(s)

Cohort Short Name Cohort Full Name Previous/other/additional names (e.g. sub-cohorts)
FINRISK FINRISK

Additional information

FINRISK 1992

Sample #2

Phenotype ACS was defined as MI, unstable angina or death due to CHD.
Sample Ancestry European (Finnish)

Sample Numbers

Total number
6,567 individuals
Detailed numbers
229 cases (3.49%)
6,338 controls
45.8% Male samples
Participant Follow-up Time Mean : 14.0 years
Age of Study Participants
  • Mean : 46.8 years
  • Sd : 12.9 years
Number of Cohort(s) 1
Sample distribution
Sample gender distribution

Cohort(s)

Cohort Short Name Cohort Full Name Previous/other/additional names (e.g. sub-cohorts)
FINRISK97 FINRISK 1997

Additional information

FINRISK 1997

Sample #3

Phenotype ACS was defined as MI, unstable angina or death due to CHD.
Sample Ancestry European (Finnish)

Sample Numbers

Total number
7,330 individuals
Detailed numbers
148 cases (2.02%)
7,182 controls
45.0% Male samples
Participant Follow-up Time Mean : 9.0 years
Age of Study Participants
  • Mean : 47.5 years
  • Sd : 13.0 years
Number of Cohort(s) 1
Sample distribution
Sample gender distribution

Cohort(s)

Cohort Short Name Cohort Full Name Previous/other/additional names (e.g. sub-cohorts)
FINRISK FINRISK

Additional information

FINRISK 2002

Sample #4

Phenotype ACS was defined as MI, unstable angina or death due to CHD.
Sample Ancestry European (Finnish)

Sample Numbers

Total number
5,123 individuals
Detailed numbers
119 cases (2.32%)
5,004 controls
46.3% Male samples
Participant Follow-up Time Mean : 8.0 years
Age of Study Participants
  • Mean : 50.0 years
  • Sd : 11.7 years
Number of Cohort(s) 1
Sample distribution
Sample gender distribution

Cohort(s)

Cohort Short Name Cohort Full Name Previous/other/additional names (e.g. sub-cohorts)
Health2000 Health2000 Study Health 2000