Citing GWAS Central
To cite GWAS Central in scientific communications, please state the full database name and URL (e.g. GWAS Central at www.gwascentral.org) along with the following publication reference, if appropriate:
T.Beck, T.Rowlands, T.Shorter, A.J.Brookes
GWAS Central: an expanding resource for finding and visualising genotype and phenotype data from genome-wide association studies.
Nucleic Acids Research, (2023) 51:D986-D993.
Previous versions of the database were described here:
T.Beck, T.Shorter, A.J.Brookes
GWAS Central: a comprehensive resource for the discovery and comparison of genotype and phenotype data from genome-wide association studies.
Nucleic Acids Research, (2020) 48:D933-D940.
T.Beck, R.K.Hastings, S.Gollapudi, R.C.Free, A.J.Brookes.
GWAS Central: a comprehensive resource for the comparison and interrogation of genome-wide association studies.
European Journal of Human Genetics, (2014) 22:949-952.
G.A.Thorisson, O.Lancaster, R.C.Free, R.K.Hastings, P.Sarmah, D.Dash, S.K.Brahmachari, A.J.Brookes.
HGVbaseG2P: a central genetic association database.
Nucleic Acids Research, (2009) 37:D797-802.
D.Fredman, M.Siegfried, Y.P.Yuan , P.Bork, H.Lehvaslaiho, A.J.Brookes.
HGVbase: A human sequence variation database emphasizing data quality and a broad spectrum of data sources.
Nucleic Acids Research, (2002) 30:387-391.
A.J.Brookes, H.Lehvaslaiho, M.Siegfried, J.G.Boehm, Y.P.Yuan , C.M.Sarkar , P.Bork, F.Ortigao.
HGBASE: a database of SNPs and other variations in and around human genes.
Nucleic Acids Research, (2000) 28:356-360.