Data available from research groups in Sweden. See available data for all data types
COVID-19 Data & Code Reuse Competition
Who? Open to everyone, individuals or groups.
When? Submit your entry between May 15 and September 15 2021.
Highlights of recent openly shared data and data re-use. See all highlights
Rietdijk and colleagues used a new phenomics approach to aid in the discovery of both novel drugs and drugs that could potentially be repurposed to fight COVID-19. Both data and code are published.
Interferon signatures in SARS-CoV-2 infected liver cells could provide knowledge for new antiviral therapies
Chen and Saccon et al. used a proteomics-based approach to study how SARS-CoV-2 infection affected Type-1 interferon signalling in liver cells. Both data and code are published.
Simonetti, Zhang, and Harbers et al. have shared a cost-effective, scalable and versatile method (alongside associated data and code) that could facilitate large-scale genomic surveillance of variants of concern (VOCs).
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.