Data available from research groups in Sweden. See available data for all data types
Highlights of recent openly shared data and data re-use. See all highlights
Roxhed et al. demonstrate how self sampling at home can be effective by profiling IgG and IgM levels against several versions of SARS-CoV-2 proteins (S, RBD, N) in home-sampled dried blood spots. Metadata records and the analysis scripts used for the article are shared.
Krishnan et al. showed that the SARS-CoV-2 virus can use and rewire metabolic pathways to their benefit in replication. Their findings indicate that host metabolic perturbation could be an attractive strategy to limit replication. Code and data from the study have been shared pubicly.
Statistics, information, and research about Post COVID-19 condition in Sweden now available on the Portal
Today, for the first time, the Portal provides information and summary statistics to show the impact of ‘Post COVID-19 condition’ (‘Postcovid’ in Swedish) in Sweden, and the research underway. All data and code used on the page is publicly available.
Sample Collection Database
Registry of Swedish biobanks and sample collections for COVID-19 research. About the database
Overview of ongoing research projects, publications, and funding opportunities in Sweden.
Pages with recent data and visualizations on SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 tests carried out at various research facilities.
About this portal
The Swedish COVID-19 Data Portal provides information, guidelines, tools and services to support researchers to utilise Swedish and European infrastructures for data sharing. The portal is a national node of the European COVID-19 Data Portal. The portal is operated by the SciLifeLab Data Centre and partners. Suggestions, corrections, and other comments are most welcome.