Data provider Accession Acronym URL
EGAO00000000007 WTSI CGP http://www.sanger.ac.uk/science/groups/cancer-genome-project
The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute (WTSI), Hinxton, Cambridge, UK is a not-for-profit research organisation and a world famous Genome Centre dedicated to the sequencing and functional analysis of genomes. The Sanger Institute underpins biological and medical research worldwide through large-scale analysis, focused research and collaborations. Genome sequence analysis is complemented by computational interpretation and experimental analysis of gene function in a variety of model organisms. There are designated teams for library preparation, sequencing production and data processing. The data centre for computation and data distribution has recently been extended and now has in excess of 4000 terabytes (Tb) of storage space available and a compute farm consisting of almost 5,000 CPUs.

This data provider is associated with 191 studies:

Study Accession Titlesort ascending
EGAS00001000140 Xenograft Sequencing
EGAS00001000012 Various Cancer Fusion Gene Sequencing
EGAS00001001218 Validation for human early embryonic substitutions
EGAS00001000860 Use of deep sequencing to detect clonal mutations in sun exposed human epidermis whole genome
EGAS00001000603 Use of Deep Sequencing to Dectect Clonal Mutations In Sun Exposed Skin Epidermis PART2
EGAS00001000515 Use of Deep Sequencing to Dectect Clonal Mutations In Sun Exposed Skin Epidermis
EGAS00001000092 Triple Negative Breast Cancer Whole Genomes
EGAS00001000161 Triple Negative Breast Cancer sequencing
EGAS00001000751 Transposome Bisulfite Sequencing
EGAS00001000261 Transcriptome Sequencing of Cancer Cell Lines
EGAS00001000027 TMD AMLK Exome Study
EGAS00000000064 The patterns and dynamics of genomic instability in metastatic pancreatic cancer
EGAS00001000353 The genomic architecture of mesothelioma
EGAS00001001573 The genetic evolution of precursor lesions in pancreatic cancer
EGAS00001000173 Testing the feasibility of genome scale sequencing in routinely collected FFPE cancer specimens versus matched fresh frozen samples

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