DAC

DAC: British Columbia Cancer Agency (BCCA), PHSAs Technology Development Office, Data Access Committee

Dac ID Contact Person Email Access Information
EGAC00001000122 Sarah_Jane Lee TDOadmin [at] phsa [dot] ca No additional information is available

This DAC controls 14 datasets:

Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
EGAD00001000794 Small cell carcinoma of the ovary of hypercalcemic type (SCCOHT) is an extremely rare, aggressive cancer affecting children and young women. We identified germline and somatic inactivating mutations in the SWI/SNF chromatin-remodeling gene SMARCA4 in 75% (9/12) of SCCOHT patients in addition to SMARCA4 protein loss in 82% (14/17) of SCCOHT tumors, but in only 0.4% (2/485) of other primary ovarian tumors. These data implicate SMARCA4 in SCCOHT oncogenesis. Illumina HiSeq 2000; 11
EGAD00001002898 Oliocapture sequencing libraries from the study "Histological Transformation and Progression in Follicular Lymphoma: a Clonal Evolution Study". These are sequencing libraries from the extension cohort of 277 patients. Specifically, there are 402 tumor libraries and 82 normal libraries. 484
EGAD00001002896 Amplicon sequencing libraries from the study "Histological Transformation and Progression in Follicular Lymphoma: a Clonal Evolution Study". These are Illumina amplicon deep sequencing libraries (n = 118) to validate somatic predictions made in the whole genome sequencing libraries. Specifically, there are 72 tumor libraries and 46 normal libraries. Some patients may have multiple amplicon libraries sequenced. Illumina HiSeq 2000;ILLUMINA 118
EGAD00001002897 Whole genome sequencing libraries from the study "Histological Transformation and Progression in Follicular Lymphoma: a Clonal Evolution Study". These are libraries from 41 patients. Specifically: 15 transformed follicular lymphoma (TFL), 6 early progressers (PFL), and 20 non-early progressers (NPFL). For TFL and PFL patients, trios consisting of diagnostic (T1), transformed/progressed (T2) and a matching normal are available (n = 63 libaries in total). For NPFL patients, a tumor-normal pair are available (n = 40 libraries). 103
EGAD00001003140 We analyzed the spectrum and clinical significance of MYC and BCL2 mutations in 347 DLBCL cases from population-based cohort of BC, Canada. Illumina MiSeq;ILLUMINA 347
EGAD00001003148 Microfluidic direct library preparation (DLP) single-cell whole-genome BAM files for near-diploid immortalized lymphoblastoid cell line GM18507. NextSeq 500;ILLUMINA 192
EGAD00001003151 Bulk whole-genome BAM files for 184-hTERT-L2, SA501X3F, and SA501X4F. Illumina HiSeq 2500;ILLUMINA 3
EGAD00001003150 Microfluidic direct library preparation (DLP) single-cell whole-genome BAM files for fourth-passage patient-derived primary triple-negative breast cancer xenograft SA501X4F. Illumina HiSeq 2500;ILLUMINA 384
EGAD00001003152 Microfluidic direct library preparation (DLP) single-cell whole-genome BAM files for near-diploid immortalized breast epithelial cell line 184-hTERT-L2. Illumina HiSeq 2500;ILLUMINA 192
EGAD00001003149 Microfluidic direct library preparation (DLP) single-cell whole-genome BAM files for third-passage patient-derived primary triple-negative breast cancer xenograft SA501X3F. Illumina HiSeq 2500;ILLUMINA 384
EGAD00001003265 For CCOC cohorts, OvCaRe cases were reviewed, including frozen material, by at least two expert gynecopathologists prior to inclusion in the sequencing cohort who provided the confirmation on final selected cohort. Frozen H&E from Tokyo were also used for evaluation along with representative H&E photos and review done at the Jikei School of Medicine. All CCOC tumours are primary tumour samples. Library construction and sequencing Frozen specimens with >50% tumour cellularity (based on initial slide review) were used for cryosectioning and subsequent nucleic acid extraction. Patient tumour and normal blood samples derived from primary, untreated fresh frozen tumour specimens harvested at diagnosis during standard of care debulking surgery. Germline DNA was provided from peripheral blood buffy coat on all specimens except 13 from Tokyo, where non-cancer frozen tissue was used as a germline source. DNA extraction from both matched normal (blood) and tumour samples (frozen tissue) were performed using the QIAamp Blood and Tissue DNA kit (Qiagen) and quantified using a Qbit fluorometer and reagents (high-sensitivity assay). Three lanes of Illumina HiSeq 2500 v4 chemistry for normal samples and five lanes for tumour samples were obtained. The PCR-free protocol was adopted to eliminate the PCR-induced bias and improve coverage across the genome. Illumina HiSeq 2000;ILLUMINA, Illumina Genome Analyzer II;ILLUMINA 70
EGAD00001003266 For ENOC cohorts, OvCaRe cases were reviewed, including frozen material, by at least two expert gynecopathologists prior to inclusion in the sequencing cohort who provided the confirmation on final selected cohort. Frozen H&E from Tokyo were also used for evaluation along with representative H&E photos and review done at the Jikei School of Medicine. For ENOC, DAH985 and DG1288 are recurrent and both were treated with chemotherapy after their first surgery. DAH123 is a untreated sample, metastasis from an primary endometrial tumour. All HGSC, GCT, CCOC and the rest ENOC tumours are primary tumour samples. Library construction and sequencing Frozen specimens with >50% tumour cellularity (based on initial slide review) were used for cryosectioning and subsequent nucleic acid extraction. Patient tumour and normal blood samples derived from primary, untreated fresh frozen tumour specimens harvested at diagnosis during standard of care debulking surgery. Germline DNA was provided from peripheral blood buffy coat on all specimens except 13 from Tokyo, where non-cancer frozen tissue was used as a germline source. DNA extraction from both matched normal (blood) and tumour samples (frozen tissue) were performed using the QIAamp Blood and Tissue DNA kit (Qiagen) and quantified using a Qbit fluorometer and reagents (high-sensitivity assay). Three lanes of Illumina HiSeq 2500 v4 chemistry for normal samples and five lanes for tumour samples were obtained. The PCR-free protocol was adopted to eliminate the PCR-induced bias and improve coverage across the genome. Illumina HiSeq 2000;ILLUMINA 58
EGAD00001003267 For GCT cohorts, OvCaRe cases were reviewed, including frozen material, by at least two expert gynecopathologists prior to inclusion in the sequencing cohort who provided the confirmation on final selected cohort. Frozen H&E from Tokyo were also used for evaluation along with representative H&E photos and review done at the Jikei School of Medicine. All GCT tumours are primary tumour samples. Library construction and sequencing Frozen specimens with >50% tumour cellularity (based on initial slide review) were used for cryosectioning and subsequent nucleic acid extraction. Patient tumour and normal blood samples derived from primary, untreated fresh frozen tumour specimens harvested at diagnosis during standard of care debulking surgery. Germline DNA was provided from peripheral blood buffy coat on all specimens except 13 from Tokyo, where non-cancer frozen tissue was used as a germline source. DNA extraction from both matched normal (blood) and tumour samples (frozen tissue) were performed using the QIAamp Blood and Tissue DNA kit (Qiagen) and quantified using a Qbit fluorometer and reagents (high-sensitivity assay). Three lanes of Illumina HiSeq 2500 v4 chemistry for normal samples and five lanes for tumour samples were obtained. The PCR-free protocol was adopted to eliminate the PCR-induced bias and improve coverage across the genome. Illumina HiSeq 2000;ILLUMINA 20
EGAD00001003268 HGSC cases in the OvCaRe and CRCHUM Tumour Banks were selected according to the following criteria: (i) were administered platinum taxane based therapy; (ii) relapsed within 12 months (365 days) or had at least longer than 4.5 years (1642.5 days) follow-up data; (iii) had at least 50% tumour content by H&E staining and expert pathology review. All cases were re-reviewed by expert pathologists to confirm the diagnosis of HGSC. Germline BRCA1 and BRCA2 was determined for all patients through hereditary cancer screening programs. The design of cases selection as a discovery cohort was engineered to amplify biological differences by selecting cases from the extremes of the outcome distribution. All HGSC tumours are primary tumour samples. Library construction and sequencing Frozen specimens with >50% tumour cellularity (based on initial slide review) were used for cryosectioning and subsequent nucleic acid extraction. Patient tumour and normal blood samples derived from primary, untreated fresh frozen tumour specimens harvested at diagnosis during standard of care debulking surgery. Germline DNA was provided from peripheral blood buffy coat on all specimens except 13 from Tokyo, where non-cancer frozen tissue was used as a germline source. DNA extraction from both matched normal (blood) and tumour samples (frozen tissue) were performed using the QIAamp Blood and Tissue DNA kit (Qiagen) and quantified using a Qbit fluorometer and reagents (high-sensitivity assay). Three lanes of Illumina HiSeq 2500 v4 chemistry for normal samples and five lanes for tumour samples were obtained. The PCR-free protocol was adopted to eliminate the PCR-induced bias and improve coverage across the genome. Illumina HiSeq 2000;ILLUMINA 118