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HGVbaseG2P: a central genetic association database.

Nucleic acids research | Jan 16, 2009

The Human Genome Variation database of Genotype to Phenotype information (HGVbaseG2P) is a new central database for summary-level findings produced by human genetic association studies, both large and small. Such a database is needed so that researchers have an easy way to access all the available association study data relevant to their genes, genome regions or diseases of interest. Such a depository will allow true positive signals to be more readily distinguished from false positives (type I error) that fail to consistently replicate. In this paper we describe how HGVbaseG2P has been constructed, and how its data are gathered and organized. We present a range of user-friendly but powerful website tools for searching, browsing and visualizing G2P study findings. HGVbaseG2P is available at http://www.hgvbaseg2p.org.

Pubmed ID: 18948288 RIS Download

Mesh terms: Computer Graphics | Databases, Genetic | Genetic Variation | Genome, Human | Genome-Wide Association Study | Genotype | Humans | Phenotype | Software

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Ensembl

A collection of genome databases for vertebrates and other eukaryotic species with DNA and protein sequence search capabilities. The goal of Ensembl is to automatically annotate the genome, integrate this annotation with other available biological data and make the data publicly available via the web. The range of available data has also expanded to include comparative genomics, variation and regulatory data. Ensembl allows users to: upload and analyze data and save it to an Ensembl account; search for a DNA or protein sequence using BLAST or BLAT; fetch desired data from the public database, using the Perl API; download the databases via FTP in FASTA, MySQL and other formats; and mine Ensembl with BioMart and export sequences or tables in text, HTML, or Excel format. The DNA sequences and assemblies used in the Ensembl genebuild are provided by various projects around the world. Ensembl has entered into an agreement with UCSC and NCBI with regard to sequence identifiers in order to improve consistency between the data provided by different genome browsers. The site also links to the Ensembl blog with updates on new species and sequences as they are added to the database.

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European Genome-phenome Archive

A service for permanent archiving and sharing of all types of personally identifiable genetic and phenotypic data resulting from biomedical research projects. The repository allows you to explore datasets from numerous genotype experiments, supplied by a range of data providers. The EGA''s role is to provide secure access to the data that otherwise could not be distributed to the research community. The EGA contains exclusive data collected from individuals whose consent agreements authorize data release only for specific research use or to bona fide researchers. Strict protocols govern how information is managed, stored and distributed by the EGA project. As an example, only members of the EGA team are allowed to process data in a secure computing facility. Once processed, all data are encrypted for dissemination and the encryption keys are delivered offline. The EGA also supports data access only for the consortium members prior to publication.

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Genotype-to-Phenotype Databases: A Holistic Solution

The Genotype-to-Phenotype Databases (GEN2PHEN) consortium aims to create a web-based platform to capture and unify genetic information associated with health and disease progression. The focus of the consortium is to create an integrated genetic variation catalogue for the research community, with a focus on disorders such as diabetes, obesity, heart disease and cancer.

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