A country specific database is meant to be the base for data which are later introduced to international databases. Hence, national databases should contain a minimum level of information that makes it possible for nternational databases to characterize/define variants regarding their pathogenicity. At the moment there is no recommendation regarding minimal content of a country/regional specific database.
- Minimum content of a country specific variant database HVP/AP/008/01/EN
- Minimum Content of a Country Specific Variant Database - ICO Comments ICO/PP/012-01-EN
- WG07: Minimum Content of a Country Specific Database - Charter ICCAC/C/001/01/EN
Working Group Members
Martina Witsch-Baumgartner,Medizinische Universität Innsbruck, Austria
Peter Taschner, Leiden University Medical Center, The Netherlands