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Genomic data from analysis of the human placenta, part of the Pregnancy Outcome Prediction study (POPs)

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001002205 Other

Study Description

The Pregnancy Outcome Prediction (POP) study is a prospective cohort study of nulliparous women attending the Rosie Hospital (Cambridge, UK) for their dating ultrasound scan. The study included 4512 women with a viable singleton pregnancy; study participants provided written informed consent and were recruited between January 2008 and July 2012. The POP study aimed both at evaluating performance of known biomarkers and serial ultrasonography in assessing maternal and fetal well-being, as well as identifying novel biomarkers. The study is sufficiently large to be powered for relatively uncommon adverse pregnancy outcomes. Women attended four study visits scheduled every 8 weeks, starting with the first trimester. Participants had blood taken during the dating/recruitment visit (at approximately 12 weeks gestation (wkGA)), as well as at three subsequent visits (at ∼20wkGA, ∼28wkGA and ∼36wkGA).

Study Datasets 9 datasets.

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Dataset ID Description Technology Samples
EGAD00001003136
We carried out whole-genome oxidative bisulfite sequencing (WGoxBS) in the placentas of two healthy female and two healthy male pregnancies generating an average genome depth of coverage of 25x. The sex-specific differential methylation pattern observed in this region was validated in additional 8 healthy placentas (including 2 from the WGoxBS) using SureSelect in-solution target capture. For WGoxBS, placental genomic DNA (4 µg) from 4 healthy pregnancies was processed to achieve 10 kb ... (Show More)
Illumina HiSeq 2500 10
EGAD00001003457
Placental biopsies (n = 64 female placentas, n = 67 male placentas) were selected from healthy pregnancies from the POPs cohort. These patients had no evidence of hypertension at booking and during pregnancy, did not experience pre-eclampsia, Hemolysis, Elevated Liver enzymes, and Low Platelets (HELLP) syndrome, gestational diabetes, or diabetes mellitus type I or type II and other obstetric complications. They delivered live babies with a birth weight percentile in the normal range (20-80th ... (Show More)
Illumina HiSeq 4000 147
EGAD00001003462
Placental biopsies (n = 64 female placentas, n = 67 male placentas) were selected from healthy pregnancies from the POPs cohort. A quality control process was also applied for the RNA-Seq datasets: reads were trimmed with Trim Galore!, which uses cutadapt internally and were mapped to the same version of human genome reference (hg19). TopHat2, a splice-aware mapper built on top of Bowtie2 short-read aligner, was used in the mapping process in which so-called two-pass (or two-scan) alignment ... (Show More)
Illumina HiSeq 4000 147
EGAD00001003507
All the samples were obtained from the Pregnancy Outcome Prediction–a prospective cohort study of nulliparous women attending the Rosie Hospital, Cambridge (UK) for their dating ultrasound scan between January 14, 2008, and July 31, 2012. Ethical approval for the study was given by the Cambridgeshire 2 Research Ethics Committee (reference number 07/H0308/163) and all participants provided written informed consent. Cases of preeclampsia (PET) were defined on the basis of the 2013 ACOG criteria ... (Show More)
Illumina HiSeq 4000 52
EGAD00001003508
All the samples were obtained from the Pregnancy Outcome Prediction–a prospective cohort study of nulliparous women attending the Rosie Hospital, Cambridge (UK) for their dating ultrasound scan between January 14, 2008, and July 31, 2012. Ethical approval for the study was given by the Cambridgeshire 2 Research Ethics Committee (reference number 07/H0308/163) and all participants provided written informed consent. Cases of preeclampsia (PET) were defined on the basis of the 2013 ACOG criteria ... (Show More)
Illumina HiSeq 4000 91
EGAD00001004197
We spiked a small number of placental tissue samples with different combinations of Candida albicans, Plasmodium falciparum, Toxoplasma gondii, Human Cytolomega virus and Salmonella bongori (various combination of the equivalents of 1, 10, 100, 1000 and 10000 genome copies). A DNA isolation was performed on these spiked samples and the resulting DNA was subsequently sequenced by MiSeq (18S). These same samples were also analysed by X Ten to allow for a sensitivity comparison of the two methods ... (Show More)
HiSeq X Ten 7
EGAD00001004198
Metagenomics data of 80 placental tissue samples analyzed by X Ten for their possible microbial content. These 80 samples from pre-labor C-section deliveries, representing Cohort 1, were spiked with 1100 CFU Salmonella bongori. These same samples were also analyzed by 16S amplicon sequencing (search for ERP109246 in ENA).
HiSeq X Ten 80
EGAD00001004592
Raw data used in the analysis of chromosomally integrated HHV6 genomes in parent-infant pairs, generated by means of full viral genome sequencing by SureSelect target enrichment, in the context of a larger study investigating the relationship between HHV6 and adverse pregnancy outcome.
Illumina MiSeq 24
EGAD00001004860
Placental biopsies were collected within 30 minutes of birth and flash frozen in RNAlater(ThermoFisher). For each biopsy,total placental RNA was extracted from approximately 5 mg of tissue using the “mirVana miRNA Isolation Kit” (Ambion) followed by DNase treatment (“DNA-free DNA Removal Kit”, Ambion). RNA quality was assessed with the Agilent Bioanalyzer and all the samples with RIN values ≥ 7.0 were used in the downstream experiments. Total RNA-libraries were prepared from 300-500ng ... (Show More)
Illumina HiSeq 4000 288

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