Whole-exome sequences of ovarian clear cell carcinomas and paired normal DNA
Whole-exome sequencing dataset for the Australian Ovarian Cancer Study (AOCS) and The Jikei University School of Medicine (JIKEI) ovarian clear cell carcinoma (OCCC) clinical outliers project, representing 10 donors. Consists of 20 fastq files: one normal and one tumour from each patient.
- 20 samples
- DAC: EGAC00001001500
- Technology: Illumina HiSeq 4000
- DS DUO:0000007 (version: 2019-01-07)disease specific researchThis data use permission indicates that use is allowed provided it is related to the specified disease.ModifiersMONDO:0004992
- RU DUO:0000014 (version: 2019-01-07)research use onlyThis data use limitation indicates that use is limited to research purposes (e.g., does not include its use in clinical care).
- IRB DUO:0000021 (version: 2019-01-07)ethics approval requiredThis data use modifier indicates that the requestor must provide documentation of local IRB/ERB approval.
- TS DUO:0000025 (version: 2019-01-07)time limit on useThis data use modifier indicates that use is approved for a specific number of months.
- US DUO:0000026 (version: 2019-01-07)user specific restrictionThis data use modifier indicates that use is limited to use by approved users.
- PS DUO:0000027 (version: 2019-01-07)project specific restrictionThis data use modifier indicates that use is limited to use within an approved project.
- IS DUO:0000028 (version: 2019-01-07)institution specific restrictionThis data use modifier indicates that use is limited to use within an approved institution.
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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.
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