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Write to relevant data custodian to gain approval to access: Jan Fullerton and John Kwok. HREC approval is required.

Ethics approval for collection of the dementia cohorts has been obtained from the South Eastern Sydney Illawarra NSW HREC (HREC10-022, ‘DNA donation for Ageing and Neurodegeneration Research’) and HREC10-092, ‘Blood protein biomarkers for frontotemporal lobar degeneration’) and University of New South Wales HREC (HC10361, ‘Blood protein biomarkers for frontotemporal lobar degeneration’). Ethics approval for collection of the bipolar cohorts has been obtained from the University of New South Wales (HREC10078, “A molecular genetic study of bipolar disorder’).

Participants for these studies (or their next of kin) have consented that the participant’s non-identifiable sample may be shared with approved researchers from academic institutions or companies from Australia or internationally.

Access:

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Access restricted to researchers within NeuRA and external researchers involved in the project.

Contact Information

j.fullerton@neura.edu.au

j.kwok@neura.edu.au

Brief description

Next-generation sequencing data for bipolar and dementia patient genomic DNA samples. Sequencing data includes both aligned reads and variant calls.

Technical

Software used for analysis of data includes R and Excel.

Formats

Formats of data in this collection include: BAM, VCF, BAM.BAI, VCF.IDX, XLS

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