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P³G Catalogues

P3G Catalogues

The P³G Catalogues contain a wide set of study description records and, for a subset of these studies, additional information is available regarding networks (archived), questionnaires (archived), physical and cognitive measures (archived), DNA processing (archived) and access. Currently, P3G provides access to 6 different types of catalogues.

The addition of new studies to our Catalogues helps increase the quantity and quality of the information available. If you have a study to submit or would like to update the information about your study, please let us know by contacting us at: secretariat@p3g.org.

Catalogues

Currently Available

Network Catalogue (archived) Network Catalogue (16) : Provides an overview of selected networks of population-based biobanks, including: contact information, objectives and member studies.
Study Catalogue (archived) Study Catalogue (164): Provides an overview of the large population-based biobanks worldwide, including: contact information, design, and current status of the studies.
Questionnaire Catalogue (archived) Questionnaire Catalogue (76): Provides access to the questionnaires, their method of administration and to an interactive tool allowing to overview the similarities and differences of the questionnaires content of participating studies.
Physical and Cognitive Measures Catalogue (archived) Physical and Cognitive Measures Catalogue (35): Provides access to the series of physical and cognitive measures and, if available, to standard operation procedures in use by participating studies. It also includes an interactive tool allowing to overview the similarities and differences of the measures collected.
DNA Processing Catalogue (archived) DNA Processing Catalogue (30): Provides access to the type of samples collected and the DNA processing and storage conditions. It also includes a tool allowing to overview the similarities and differences between processes.
Access Catalogue (archived) Access Catalogue (42): Provides an overview on information regarding access to data and samples collected and stored by participating studies.


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