Data provider Accession Acronym URL
EGAO00000000016 1958BC http://www2.le.ac.uk/projects/birthcohort
The National Child Development Study (NCDS) - also known as the 1958 British Birth Cohort (1958BC) - is a continuing, multi-disciplinary longitudinal study which takes as its subjects all the people born in one week in March 1958 in England, Scotland and Wales. The resource is used widely for research in genetic and genomic epidemiology - in particular as a platform for genetic association studies. Data are released under various Data Access Agreements. (1) Data users requesting genotype data only should apply to the Wellcome Trust Case Control consortium Data Access Committee (EGAC00000000001). (2) Those requesting phenotype data only should apply to the (ESRC) UK Data Archive (for more information please email to help@esds.ac.uk). (3) Those requesting linked genotype and phenotype data should apply to the Access Committee for the CLS Cohorts (for more information email to cohort1958@le.ac.uk).

This data provider is associated with 28 studies:

Study Accessionsort descending Title
EGAS00000000001 WTCCC case-control study for Bipolar Disorder
EGAS00000000002 WTCCC case-control study for Bipolar Disorder - Combined Controls
EGAS00000000003 WTCCC case-control study for Coronary Artery Disease
EGAS00000000004 WTCCC case-control study for Coronary Artery Disease - Combined Controls
EGAS00000000005 WTCCC case-control study for Coronary Artery Disease, Hypertension, T2D - combined cases
EGAS00000000006 Genomewide Association Study of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
EGAS00000000007 Genomewide Association Study of Inflammatory Bowel Disease - Combined Controls
EGAS00000000008 WTCCC case-control study for Inflammatory Bowel Disease, T1D and RA - combined cases
EGAS00000000009 WTCCC case-control study for Hypertension
EGAS00000000010 WTCCC case-control study for Hypertension - Combined Controls
EGAS00000000011 WTCCC case-control study for Rheumatoid Arthritis
EGAS00000000012 WTCCC case-control study for Rheumatoid Arthritis - Combined Controls
EGAS00000000013 WTCCC case-control study for T1D and RA - combined cases
EGAS00000000015 WTCCC case-control study for Type 1 Diabetes - Combined Controls
EGAS00000000016 WTCCC case-control study for Type 2 Diabetes

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