CNGB Sequence Archive (CNSA) of China National GeneBank DataBase (CNGBdb) provides online and convenient scientific data submission and archiving services, aiming to provide global researchers with a platform for storing and sharing of data and information resource to promote research and development. CNSA follows the ethics, authority, and rights asserted by global researchers, where public source data is subject to the terms and conditions of the source database and data sharing policies.
You must follow and ensure compliance with the regulations and ethical regulations for the management of human genetic resources in your country, including the latest Regulations of the People's Republic of China on management of Human Genetic Resources, submit real information about institutions and contacts, and be responsible for the legality and compliance of the review of informed consent, ethics and human genetic resources of uploaded project data. Legal disputes or administrative penalties or criminal accountability caused by violation of the Regulations of the People's Republic of China on management of Human Genetic Resources, ethical norms or related regulations on management of biosafety, and concealing or misrepresenting data and information, shall be borne by the users and their institutions. CNSA does not assume any legal responsibility for this.
The CNSA data administrator mailbox (email@example.com) is used to process data review, save relevant ethical review approval documents, and answer user’s inquiries, etc. CNSA reserves the right to refuse to archive data for users without receiving complete project review materials.
Please select the data type to submit. In order to complete the data submission faster, please view the Handbook before submitting the data. Taking experiment/run submission as an example, please submit projects, samples, and experiment/run in order.
An overall description of a single research initiative; a project will typically relate to multiple samples and datasets.
Description of biological source material; each physically unique specimen should be registered as a single sample with a unique set of attributes.
A description of sample-specific sequencing library, instrument and sequencing methods. An experiment references 1 project and 1 sample. Runs describe the files that belong to the previously created experiments.
You need to submit the metadata and data files for the experiment/run. Before submitting the experiment/run data, please create the project and sample first.
An assembly is a collection of genomic sequences that are used to represent the genome of an organism.
You need to submit the metadata and data files for the assembly. Before submitting the assembly data, please create the project and sample first.
Genome variations of any species, including single nucleotide polymorphisms，short insertions/deletions and genomic structural variations, etc.
Before submitting the variation data, please create the project and sample first, and the experiment/run data is optional.
Metabolomics data, including metadata such as protocols, assays, samples, and raw data files for metabolomics study.
Before submitting protein data, please create a project and related samples first.
Analysis results of data generated using single cell technology.
Before submitting single cell data, please create a project and related samples and experiments/runs first.
Viral sequence data, including assembled or non-assembled virus sequences.
Before submitting virus sequence data, please create a project, the sample is optional.
High-depth whole genome sequencing of 760 vascular plants with specimens and images available Raw sequence reads
Whole genome sequencing of 175 Mongolians