Gambian Genome Variation Project - Open Access Data

Project: Consortial Project 3

Released on 19 Jul 2019

The Gambian Genome Variation Project (GGVP) is a collaboration of the MRC Unit in The Gambia, the Wellcome Sanger Institute, the MRC Centre for Genomics and Global Health at Oxford University, and the MalariaGEN Resource Centre. The purpose of the project was to support the discovery and understanding of genetic variants that influence human disease. 

Please see the 1000 Genomes FTP site for a full description of the data including terms of use.

19 Jul 2019

GGVP dataset metadata and genome-wide genotype data

The data package hosted on the 1000 Genomes FTP site includes a list of family relationships across the GGVP data, and information on the relationship between genotyped and sequenced indivudals. 

Sample information: Data for 100 individuals from each of four Gambian populations
19 Jul 2019

Sequence read data for Fula individuals

ENA Study Accession: ERP001420

Method: Illumina HiSeq Sequencing 

Data is hosted on the European Nucleotide Archive.

Sample information: 32 family trios, 4 unrelated
19 Jul 2019

Sequence read data for Jola individuals

ENA Study Accession: ERP001781

Method: Illumina HiSeq Sequencing 

Data is hosted on the European Nucleotide Archive.

Sample information: 32 family trios, 2 parent-child duos, 1 unrelated
19 Jul 2019

Sequence read data for Mandinka individuals

ENA Study Accession: ERP002385

Method: Illumina HiSeq Sequencing 

Data is hosted on the European Nucleotide Archive.

Sample information: 33 family trios, 1 unrelated
19 Jul 2019

Sequence read data for Woloff individuals

ENA Study Accession: ERP002150

Method: Illumina HiSeq Sequencing 

Data is hosted on the European Nucleotide Archive.

Sample information: 33 family trios, 1 parent-child duo, 2 unrelated