I want to carry out some research with covid19 genetic datasets that include people infected by corona virus and people that aren't infected by it. Does anybody know any good ones? My main purpose is diagnostics of a genome to detect a possible infection.

  • Could you be more explicit? Do you want human genomes or virus genomes? If human, do you want both humans who are testing negative and who are testing positive? – Nicolas Raoul Jun 19 at 2:34
  • @NicolasRaoul I would like human genomes that test negative and positive for comparing. But I think I made myself completely clear in the question ... – david david Jun 19 at 11:29
  • Your question is rather clear, but what troubles me is that you accepted an answer whose linked datasets (CORD-19 and UNCOVER) are very different from that. – Nicolas Raoul Jun 19 at 12:57
  • Sorry! I accepted the wrong one. My mistake! – david david Jun 19 at 13:05

here is one resource


The COVID-19 host genetics initiative brings together the human genetics community to generate, share and analyze data to learn the genetic determinants of COVID-19 susceptibility, severity and outcomes. Such discoveries could help to generate hypotheses for drug repurposing, identify individuals at unusually high or low risk, and contribute to global knowledge of the biology of SARS-CoV-2 infection and disease.

Not sure exactly where the raw data is -- but maybe this "results" page, which has "Download" links on the bottom: https://www.covid19hg.org/results/

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  • Thanks! I'll wait to see what other people say before I accept your answer. – david david Jun 9 at 8:41

There is a large body of research and data around COVID-19. Help the global community better understand the disease by getting involved on Kaggle.

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  • The question asks for genome datasets, your answer does not attempt to answer that. Please find more specific datasets, thanks! – Nicolas Raoul Jun 19 at 2:31

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