|Dataset Accession||Technology||Samples||File Types|
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This dataset is featured in 11 studies
Studies are experimental investigations of a particular phenomenon. e.g. case-control studies on a particular trait or cancer research projects reporting matching cancer normal genomes from patients. Click on one of the Study Accessions below to find out more.
|Study Accession||Study Title|
|EGAS00000000028||WTCCC2 project controls - 1958 British Birth Cohort and National Blood Service|
|EGAS00000000034||Genome wide association scan in Parkinson's disease|
|EGAS00000000039||WTCCC3 case-control study for Primary Biliary Cirrhosis|
|EGAS00000000101||The Genetic Analysis of multiple sclerosis|
|EGAS00000000103||WTCCC2 Ischaemic Stroke study|
|EGAS00000000104||Genomewide association studies in ankylosing spondylitis|
|EGAS00000000108||Genome wide association scan in psoriasis|
|EGAS00000000118||WTCCC2 Schizophrenia study|
|EGAS00000000121||WTCCC2 Pharmacogenomic Response to Statins study|
|EGAS00001000628||WTCCC2 BO (Barretts oesophagus) samples|
|EGAS00001000646||The study provides comprehensive access to the set of EGA studies which may be useful as controls.|
Who controls access to this dataset
For each dataset that requires access control, there is a corresponding Data Access Committee (DAC) who determine access permissions. Data access requests are reviewed by the relevant DAC, not by the EGA. If you need to request access to this data set, please contact:
Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium Data Access Committee
Access to summary data and individual-level genotype data is available by application to the Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium Data Access Committee (CDAC). Access to data will be granted to qualified investigators for appropriate use. The CDAC also controls the individual level genotype data for the 1958 British Birth Cohort samples. For further guidelines, application form and data access agreement, please follow the link below.
Access information: https://www.wtccc.org.uk/info/access_to_data_samples.shtml
Contact Person: Data Sharing