Question: Publicly Available Tumor/Normal Illumina Data For Evaluation Of Somatic Variant Callers
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gravatar for Malachi Griffith
5.2 years ago by
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, USA
Malachi Griffith16k wrote:

Is anyone aware of some publicly available paired-end Illumina data that is unencumbered by data use agreements so that they could be used in a teaching context?

I would need the data to correspond to a matched tumor/normal sample pair. Ideally sequenced on the Illumina HiSeq platform.

There are of course many, many papers describing analysis of these kinds of data. My own center has many such data sets. But they are all significantly encumbered by data access restrictions that prevent them from being used publicly or disseminated as part of a course/workshop. I need to be able use the data in classes and ideally for the students to be able to access that data later to practice their skills on.

Perhaps a tumor cell line that was sequenced along with an EBV transformed lymphoblastoid 'normal' cell line from the same individual? Or perhaps a patient sample that was consented in very broad terms with the express purpose of making the data publicly available with minimal restrictions on use (including explicit approval for teaching purposes)?

Please feel free to suggest something that doesn't quite meet might my criteria but you think is likely to be the next best thing.

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 4 days ago by yhrytsenko0 • written 5.2 years ago by Malachi Griffith16k

Does anyone know publicly available data (ex: fastq files) for tumor/normal pairs from mice? Thank you in advance!

ADD REPLYlink written 4 days ago by yhrytsenko0
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gravatar for Irsan
5.2 years ago by
Irsan6.4k
Amsterdam
Irsan6.4k wrote:

You can go to the SRA from NCBI and search for SRA-entries with filters on DNA, whole genome and public access. When I did that I crossed a study with tumor-normal pairs here You might want to install the Aspera client for file transfer (faster downloads) but you can also download the data without

If it is not critical to have tumor-normal pairs you can try the data from the 1000 genomes project available from the ftp. Every directory from there corresponds to an individual providing you with the original reads and (exome) alignment. No tumor-normal pairs though but no restriction on the data use.

ADD COMMENTlink modified 5.2 years ago • written 5.2 years ago by Irsan6.4k

That link goes to cancer cell line data. Anyone know of public matched tumor/normal sample data?  Cell lines tend to acquire traits that are not in the original sample. Thanks.

ADD REPLYlink written 2.7 years ago by fwuffy50

Were you able to find any such study ?

ADD REPLYlink written 19 months ago by always_learning800
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Here's a study that fits the original request -- freely released tumor-normal pairs from 7 patients: An open access pilot freely sharing cancer genomic data from participants in Texas

ADD REPLYlink written 18 months ago by Eric T.1.9k

@Eric, do you by any chance came across data for tumor-normal pairs from mice? Thank you!

ADD REPLYlink written 4 days ago by yhrytsenko0
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