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This dataset includes baseline pathologic, MRI and genomic features of treatment-naive naturally-occurring canine glioma. Multi-omic data for all 81 subjects can be found in the Integrated Canine Data Commons. Radiology imaging are available for 57 of these subjects, and pathology imaging for 76 subjects. The data were collected from 5 different veterinary institutions' patient populations. Clinical MRI are available prior to any treatment, and surgical biopsy and/or tissues collected at necropsy are provided as H&E stained sections. The tumors have been classified with a harmonized classification scheme developed by veterinary and physician neuropathologists. The genomic features were described using whole exome, whole genome, RNAseq and methylation profiling.
About the Integrated Canine Data Commons
NCI's Division of Cancer Treatment and Diagnosis (DCTD) charged the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research (FNLCR) to build the Integrated Canine Data Commons (ICDC), a cloud-based repository of spontaneously-arising canine cancer data. ICDC was established to further research on human cancers by enabling comparative analysis with canine cancer. The data in the ICDC is sourced from multiple different programs and projects; all focused on canine subjects. The data is harmonized into an integrated data model and then made available to the research community. The ICDC is part of the Cancer Research Data Commons (CRDC), an initiative from NCI’s Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology (CBIIT). Bioinformatic analysis of the ICDC data is accomplished using the CRDC’s Cloud Resources.
We would like to acknowledge the individuals and institutions that have provided data for this collection:
This work was funded in part by NCI funding to designated cancer centers through a competitive P30 supplement mechanism and through support of the COP, an intramural NCI/Center for Cancer Research program.