YOU ARE ABOUT TO REQUEST CONTROLLED ACCESS DATA
The data you are requesting are part of a controlled access submission managed by dbGaP. To complete your request, follow these steps:
- log in with your NIH or eRA credentials
- create a research project or amend an existing project at the "My Projects" tab
- At step "Choose Datasets" in the project wizard you will see a list of all available studies in dbGaP.
- Select the study/consent groups: phs000568
- Finish the wizard and route to your institutional signing official.
- Request review and approval by a NIH data access committee typically takes 24 days from receipt of completed request.
- When approved, return to dbGaP and download the sequences as directed in the notification email.
Log In to dbGaP
dbGaP Data DownloadThe management portal to request and download individual level data
Click here to login to the dbGaP controlled-access portal and to begin a project request. For guidance on the development of a data access request to complete project requests, please see Tips for preparing a successful Data Access Request.
Respect for, and protection of the interests of research participants are fundamental to NIH’s stewardship of human genomic and associated phenotypic data. The NIH Genomic Data Sharing (GDS) Policy sets the expectation that the informed consent under which the data or samples were collected is the basis for determining the appropriateness of sharing data through unrestricted-access databases or NIH designated controlled-access data repositories (e.g. dbGaP).
dbGaP Data Browser - View Only
With dbGaP Data Browser approval through the simplified controlled-access application, users may view the collection “Compilation of individual-level data from general research use (GRU).”
The dbGaP Data Browser is a tool that allows approved users to find and view discrete regions of a dbGaP genomic sequence dataset, at nucleotide level resolution, without having to download the datasets to their local hardware. In addition to viewing genomic sequence data, approved browser users may view aggregate variant data (e.g., allele frequency) and individual genotypes, if available.
In addition to the “Compilation of Individual-Level Data for General Research Use (GRU)” collection, users with approved project can also use the dbGaP Data Browser to view those data.
To Log in to the portal as described for controlled-access data and select the “Data Browser” tab. Requests are made through a simplified controlled-access application.