Small molecule screen reveals synergy of cell cycle checkpoint kinase inhibitors with DNA-damaging chemotherapies in medulloblastoma (methylation dataset)
human medulloblastoma xenograft isolated from mouse brain was frozen and genomic DNA or RNA was extracted. Bisulfite converted DNA was processed and hybridised to illumina EPIC or 450K arrays using standard protocols. RNAseq was performed on total RNA.
- 4 samples
- DAC: EGAC00001001778
- Technology: unspecified
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DATA ACCESS TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR TELETHON KIDS INSTITUTE BRAIN TUMOUR RESEARCH MOLECULAR GENETICS STUDIES Party providing access to Data: TELETHON KIDS INSTITUTE (ABN 86 009 278 755) of Northern Entrance, Perth Children’s Hospital, 15 Hospital Avenue, Nedlands, Western Australia 6009 (Telethon Kids) Recipient: INSERT NAME (insert ABN if applicable) of insert address The terms and conditions set out below govern the terms on which access will be granted to Beadchip-data, transcriptome, methylome or sequence-derived DNA variant data generated by the Brain Tumour Research team based in the Telethon Kids Cancer Centre at the Telethon Kids Institute, Perth, Western Australia, including studies carried out in collaboration with the Children’s Cancer Institute, Sydney, New South Wales, and other international collaborators. In signing this document, You are agreeing to be bound by the terms and conditions of access set out below. For the sake of clarity, the terms of access set out below apply both to the User and the User’s Institution (as defined below). Definitions: Agreement means this document which outlines the terms and conditions on which the Recipient is to access and use the Data. Authorised Personnel means the individuals at the User Institution to whom Telethon Kids grants access to the Data. This includes the User, the individuals listed in Appendix II and any other individuals for whom the User Institution subsequently requests access to the Data. Details of the initial Authorised Personnel are set out in Appendix II. BTRP means the Brain Tumour Research Program based at the Telethon Kids Institute. Commercial Purpose means the sale, lease, license, or other transfer of the Data to a for-profit organisation. 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Information is not confidential if: (a) it is or becomes part of the public domain unless it came into the public domain by a breach of confidentiality; (b) it is obtained lawfully from a third party without any breach of confidentiality; (c) it is already known by the BTRP (as shown by written record) before the date of disclosure to it; (d) it is independently developed by an employee of the User Institution who has no knowledge of the disclosure under this Agreement; or (e) it is required to be disclosed by a court, rule or governmental law or regulation, or the rules of any stock exchange, provided that the User making the disclosure provides prompt notice to Telethon Kids of any such requirement. Data means all and any human genetic data obtained from the BTRP. Data Producers means the BTRP and the collaborators listed in Appendix I responsible for the development, organisation, and oversight of these Data. Data Subject means a person, who has been informed of the purpose for which the Data is held and has given his/her informed consent thereto. EGA means the European Genome-phenome Archive, which distributes BTRP molecular data. External Collaborator means a collaborator of the User, working for an institution other than the User Institution. Project means the project for which the User Institution has requested access to these Data. A description of the Project is set out in Appendix II. Publications means, without limitation, articles published in print journals, electronic journals, reviews, books, posters and other written and verbal presentations of research. User means a researcher whose User Institution has previously completed this Agreement and has received acknowledgement of its acceptance. User Institution means the organisation at which the User is employed, affiliated or enrolled. TKI-BTRP Data Access Committee means the committee who reviews applications to access data and approves access. You and Your means the User Institution and User jointly. Terms and Conditions: In signing this Agreement: 1. You agree to use the Data only for the advancement of medical research, according to the consent obtained from sample donors. 2. You agree not to use the Data or any part thereof for the creation of products for sale or for any Commercial Purpose. 3. You agree to preserve, at all times, the confidentiality of information and Data pertaining to Data Subjects. In particular, You undertake not to use, or attempt to use the Data to compromise or otherwise infringe the confidentiality of information on Data Subjects and their right to privacy. 4. 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This includes respecting the moratorium period for the Data Producers to publish the first peer-reviewed report describing and analysing these Data. 11. You accept that the BTRP, the original data creators, depositors or copyright holders, or the funders of the Data or any part of the Data supplied: a) bear no legal responsibility for the accuracy or comprehensiveness of the Data; and b) accept no liability for indirect, consequential, or incidental, damages or losses arising from use of the Data, or from the unavailability of, or break in access to, the Data for whatever reason. 12. You understand and acknowledge that the Data is protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights which are the property of Telethon Kids, and that duplication, except as reasonably required to carry out Your research with the Data, or sale of all or part of the Data on any media is not permitted. 13. 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You accept that it may be necessary for the BTRP, or their appointed agents to alter the terms of this Agreement from time to time in order to address new concerns. In this event, You will be contacted and informed of any changes and Your continued use of the Data shall be dependent on all parties entering into a new version of the Agreement. 16. You agree that You will submit a report to the TKI-BTRP Data Access Committee, if requested, on completion of the agreed purpose. The TKI-BTRP Data Access Committee agrees to treat the report and all information, data, results, and conclusions contained within such report as Confidential Information belonging to the User Institution. 17. You accept that the Data is protected by and subject to national laws, including but not limited to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), and that You are responsible for ensuring compliance with any such applicable laws. The TKI-BTRP Data Access Committee reserves the right to request and inspect data security and management documentation to ensure the adequacy of data protection measures in countries that have no national laws comparable to that which pertain in Australia. 18. Without prejudice to any right of a party to institute proceedings in a court of competent jurisdiction, any dispute between the parties shall, in good faith, first be sought to be resolved by negotiation between each party’s nominated representative. If the dispute is not resolved within 20 days, the parties will explore alternative dispute resolution methods. 19. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of Western Australia and the Parties agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of that jurisdiction. Agreed for User Institution Signature: Name: Title: Date: Principal Investigator I confirm that I have read and understood this Agreement. Signature: Name: Title: Date: WHEN SUBMITTING THIS DOCUMENT PLEASE INCLUDE ALL PAGES OF THE AGREEMENT WITH THIS SIGNATURE PAGE APPENDIX I – DATASET DETAILS APPENDIX II ––PROJECT DETAILS APPENDIX III –– PUBLICATION POLICY APPENDIX I DATASET DETAILS Small molecule screen reveals synergy of cell cycle checkpoint kinase inhibitors with DNA-damaging chemotherapies in medulloblastoma EGAS00001004748 Name of project that created the dataset Small molecule screen reveals synergy of cell cycle checkpoint kinase inhibitors with DNA-damaging chemotherapies in medulloblastoma Names of other data producers/collaborators Raelene Endersby1,2*, Jacqueline Whitehouse1,2, Marcel Kool3,4, Nicholas G Gottardo1,2,5‡* Affiliations 1. Brain Tumour Research Program, Telethon Kids Institute, Nedlands, WA, Australia, 6009. 2. Division of Paediatrics/Centre for Child Health Research, Medical School, University of Western Australia, Crawley, WA, Australia, 6009. 3. Hopp Children’s Cancer Center (KiTZ) and German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) 4. Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology, Utrecht, the Netherlands, 3584 CS. 5. Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Oncology/Hematology, Perth Children's Hospital, Nedlands, WA, Australia, 6009. Specific limitations on areas of research Data Use Conditions: Term Label Description Primary Terms DUO:0000006 health/medical/biomedical research and clinical care This primary category consent code indicates that use is allowed for health/medical/biomedical purposes; does not include the study of population origins or ancestry. Secondary Terms (can be one or more extra conditions, in addition to one primary term) DUO:0000014 research use only This secondary category consent code indicates that use is limited to research purposes (e.g., does not include its use in clinical care). DUO:0000019 publication required This requirement indicates that requestor agrees to make results of studies using the data available to the larger scientific community. DUO:0000024 publication moratorium This requirement indicates that requestor agrees not to publish results of studies until a specific date. DUO:0000025 time limit on use This requirement indicates that use is approved for a specific number of months. DUO:0000026 user-specific restriction This requirement indicates that use is limited to use by approved users. Minimum protection measures required File access: Data can be held in unencrypted files on an institutional compute system, with Unix user group read/write access for one or more appropriate groups but not Unix world read/write access behind a secure firewall. Laptops holding these data should have password protected logins and screenlocks (set to lock after 5 min of inactivity). If held on USB keys or other portable hard drives, the data must be encrypted. APPENDIX II PROJECT DETAILS (to be completed by the Requestor) Details of dataset requested i.e., EGA Study and Dataset Accession Number Brief abstract of the Project in which the Data will be used (500 words max) All Individuals who the User Institution to be named as registered users Name of Registered User Email Job Title Supervisor* All Individuals that should have an account created at the EGA Name of Registered User Email Job Title APPENDIX III Publications Policy The release of pre-publication data from large resource-generating scientific projects was the subject of a meeting held in January 2003, the “Fort Lauderdale meeting”, sponsored by the Wellcome Trust. The report from that meeting can be viewed at http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/assets/wtd003207.pdf. The recommendations of the Fort Lauderdale meeting address the roles and responsibilities of data producers, data users, and funders of ‘community resource projects’, with the aim of establishing and maintaining an appropriate balance between the interests of data users in rapid access to data and the needs of data producers to receive recognition for their work. The Telethon Kids Institute has agreed to follow these data-release principles and as such, these data are being released as a ‘community resource project’ as defined in the report of the Fort Lauderdale meeting. The Telethon Kids Institute, as data producers, reserve the right to publish the initial global analyses of the data. In so doing, it will also ensure that the data generated are fully described. Brain Tumour Research Program (BTRP) intend to publish the results of their analysis of this dataset and do not consider its deposition into public databases to be the equivalent of such publications. BTRP anticipate that the dataset could be useful to other qualified researchers for a variety of purposes. However, some areas of work are subject to a publication moratorium. The publication moratorium covers any publications (including oral communications) that describe the use of the dataset. For research papers, submission for publication should not occur until 6 months after these data were first made available on the relevant hosting database, unless BTRP has provided written consent to earlier submission. In any publications based on these data, please describe how the data can be accessed, including the name of the hosting database (e.g., The European Genome-phenome Archive at the European Bioinformatics Institute) and its accession number (EGAS00001004709), and acknowledge its use in a form agreed by the User Institution with BTRP. Acknowledgement Authors who use data from the Telethon Kids Institute Brain Tumour Research projects must acknowledge the source using the following wording “This study makes use of data generated by the Telethon Kids Institute and we acknowledge the generous donation of tissue samples by patients and their families.” You are also requested to cite the relevant primary publication: Raelene Endersby, Jacqueline Whitehouse, Allison Pribnow, Mani Kuchibhotla, Hilary Hii, Brooke Carline, Suresh Gande, Jennifer Stripay, Mathew Ancliffe, Meegan Howlett, Tobias Schoep, Courtney George, Clara Andradas, Patrick Dyer, Marjolein Schluck, Brett Patterson, Silvia K Tacheva-Gigorova, Matthew N Cooper, Giles Robinson, Clinton Stewart, Stefan M Pfister, Marcel Kool, Till Milde, Amar Gajjar, Terrance Johns, Robert J Wechsler-Reya, Martine F Roussel, Nicholas G Gottardo. Small molecule screen reveals synergy of cell cycle checkpoint kinase inhibitors with DNA-damaging chemotherapies in medulloblastoma. Under Review. Users should note that the Telethon Kids Institute and/or Individual Investigators bear no responsibility for the further analysis or interpretation of these data, over and above that published by the Institute.
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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