The Diabetes Biobank Catalogue is a repository of standard information describing studies in the field of diabetes
that include a collection of DNA samples or biological material from which DNA can be extracted. The catalogue is
developed in collaboration with the Public Population Project in Genomics (P3G), and currently hosted by the Renal
Genome Network (ReGeNet).
Standard Information Describing ReGeNet
Descriptive information is collected by a Study Description Form. If you would like your study to be included in the Diabetes Biobank Catalogue, please complete the Diabetes Study Description Form, and send the Study Description Form to us by email Marion Verduijn.
Authorization from contributors to the Diabetes Biobank Catalogue.
For additional information on the Diabetes Biobank Catalogue, please contact:
Marion Verduijn, PhD, coordinator
Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC)
Department of Clinical Epidemiology, Room C7 82
P.O. Box 9600, 2300 RC Leiden, The Netherlands
|Name||Acronym||Patient Type||Current number of patients||Status||Study design||Country of residence|
|Anglo-Danish-Dutch study of intensive treatment in people with screen-detected diabetes in primary care||ADDITION||DM2||3057||Ended||Clinical trial / intervention trial||Denmark, Netherlands, United Kingdom|
|European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and nutrition NL- prevalent Diabetes Mellitus||EPIC-NL-prevalent DM||DM2||536||Ongoing||Cohort||Netherlands|
|Genetic Field Study on the heredity of type 2 diabetes mellitus||GENF||DM1, DM2||1633||Ended||Case-control||Germany|
|Genetics of Kidneys in Diabetes||GoKinD||DM1||3075||Ended||Case-control||United States|
|IJsselstein Screening for Central Obesity to detect metabolic syndrome||IJSCO||other||473||Ongoing||Cohort||Netherlands|
|Second Manifestation of ARTerial disease study - Diabetes cases||SMART - Diabetes cases||DM1, DM2||1455||Ongoing||Cohort||Netherlands|
|The German Diabetes and Dialysis Study||4D study||DM2||1255||Ended||Clinical trial / intervention trial||Germany|
|7 studies found|