Genomic projects focused on rare cancers encounter the limitation of availability of high-quality biological material suitable for such studies. This translates in small series of samples usually underpowered to draw meaningful conclusions. Thus, facilitating the integration of independent datasets into larger sample series is of the upmost importance. We provide a full spectrum of data and tools to maximize reuse potential for a wide range of users: raw sequencing reads, data notes and processed data, interactive computational notebooks, interactive tumor maps, and reproducible bioinformatics pipelines. We have also reprocessed available raw sequencing datasets to homogenize independently published series using our reproducible bioinformatics pipelines.
Our raw data are available on European Genome-Phenome Archive. To get access please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and fill the Data Access Agreement (DAA) template of the project for which you would like to get the raw data (available below in the corresponding projet section)
DATA NOTES AND PROCESSED DATA
Tumor map is an interactive browser that allows biologists, who may not have computational expertise, to richly explore the results of high-throughput cancer genomics experiments on thousands of patient samples.
RE-USE OF DATA
List of papers re-using our data:
- – Bischoff P, Trinks A, Wiederspahn J, Obermayer B, Pett JP, Jurmeister P, Elsner A, Dziodzio T, Rückert JC, Neudecker J, Falk C, Beule D, Sers C, Morkel M, Horst D, Klauschen F, Blüthgen N. The single-cell transcriptional landscape of lung carcinoid tumors. Int J Cancer. 2022 Jun 15;150(12):2058-2071. doi: 10.1002/ijc.33995. Epub 2022 Mar 16. PMID: 35262195.