Data repositories and database resources

Researchers should deposit data in recognised data repositories where these exist for particular data types, unless there is a compelling reason not to do so. Here are some examples of repositories that may be appropriate. 

Nucleotide databases

Genome databases

Databases of genetic variation

Databases of genotype and phenotype data

Protein and protein macromolecular structure databases

Microarray databases

Proteomics databases

Social sciences and humanities databases

Bacteria collections

Virus collections

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