Study

The Prediction and Prevention of Preeclampsia

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001001898 Other

Study Description

The Prediction and Prevention of Preeclampsia (PREDO) is a prospective birth cohort study of Finnish women who were pregnant between 2005 and 2010 and their children. The PREDO study cohort was set up to identify novel risk factors and biomarkers in pregnant women associated with the development of preeclampsia and intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR). Two groups of pregnant women were enrolled during the first trimester of their pregnancy: first, pregnant women with a known clinical risk factor status for preeclampsia and IUGR (N=1079; 969 of these women had at least one and 110 had none of the known risk factors for preeclampsia and IUGR), and second, pregnant women who volunteered to participate regardless of their risk factor status for preeclampsia and IUGR (N=3698). Both samples were monitored during pregnancy with four clinical visits and bi-weekly self-reports. The post-delivery follow-up has taken place at approximately 2 weeks, 6 months, and 3.5 years after the delivery. The most recent follow-up started in 2016 and is ongoing. In the high-risk sample, cord blood samples were collected and genome-wide genotyping has been conducted with Illumina OmniExpressExome 1.2 and genome-wide methylation status has been analysed with Illumina 450k HM array.

Study Datasets 1 dataset.

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Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
EGAD00010001003 This data set contains two data files. First data file (file name: PREDO_GA_EGA_methylation_data.csv) includes methylation data from 485512 sites accross human genome from 96 individuals acquired from Illumina 450K -chip. The other data file (file name: PREDO_GA_EGA_phenotypes.csv) contains the gestation ages and the genders of the 96 samples. Illumina 450K-chip (methylation data) 96

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Publications

Publications Citations
An epigenetic clock for gestational age at birth based on blood methylation data.
Genome Biol 17:2016 206
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