CDS Data

Currently available release on the CGC


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This page is no longer being updated. For up-to-date information on available CDS data on the CGC, please refer to the Datasets section on the CGC website.

Currently available version of CDS data on the CGC includes the following latest updates:

  • May 2023
    • PHS001980 - University of Texas PDX Development and Trial Center Grant
    • PHS002517: Molecular Characterization across Pediatric Brain Tumors and Other Solid and Hematologic Malignancies for Research, Diagnostic, and Precision Medicine (CCDI)
    • PHS002305: Washington University PDX Development and Trial Center

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Update history

  • February 2023
    • PHS003111 - CCDI Data Sharing for Pediatric Cancers USC
    • PHS002529 - CCDI Free the Data: Open Sharing of Comprehensive Genomic Childhood Cancer Datasets (Kansas)
  • January 2023
    • PHS002250 - CIDR: Discovery, Biology, and Risk of Inherited Variants in Glioma
  • November 2022
    • PHS002518 - OncoKids - NGS Panel for Pediatric Malignancies (CCDI)
  • October 2022
    • PHS002790 - Molecular Characterization Initiative (CCDI)
  • September 2022
    • PHS002504 - UCSF Database for the Advancement of JMML - Integration of Metadata with “Omic” Data (CCDI)
  • July 2022
    • PHS002366 - Lung Cancer Genetic Study among Asian Never Smokers
  • June 2022
    • PHS002620 - Feasibility and Clinical Utility of Whole Genome Profiling in Pediatric and Young Adult Cancers (CCDI)
    • PHS002599 - NCI CCSG CCDI Supplement Additional Genomic Submission (CCDI)
    • PHS002050 - Molecular Pathological Epidemiology of Colorectal Cancer
    • PHS002432 - Wistar PDX Development and Trial Center
  • April 2022
    • PHS002371 - Human Tumor Atlas Network (HTAN)
    • PHS001819 - Whole Genome Sequencing to Discover Familial Myeloma Risk Genes
  • July 2021
    • PHS001524 - The Genetic Basis of Aggressive Prostate Cancer, The Role of Rare Variation
    • PHS001787 - Discovery of Colorectal Cancer Susceptibility Genes in High-Risk Families
    • PHS002011 - Limited Use Pilot Test Data. The PHS002011 manifest file is available for download the CGC documentation.
  • December 2020 - The initial version of CDS data is available on the CGC. The following studies have been released:
    • PHS001554 - Detection of Colorectal Cancer Susceptibility Loci Using Genome-Wide Sequencing
    • PHS001713 - Development of A Tumor Molecular Analyses Program and Its Use to Support Treatment Decisions
    • PHS001437 - Pediatric Preclinical Testing Consortium