Genome samples from non-model organisms are becoming increasingly important in a wide range of studies ranging from developmental biology to conservation to biodiversity analysis. The definition of genomic samples, description, quality, voucher information and metadata must be digitized and disseminated to all scientific communities. This information needs to be concise and consistent in today`s growing bioinformatics, so that complementary data aggregators can easily associate databases. To facilitate the exchange of information on genomic samples and their derived data, the Global Genome Biodiversity Network (GGBN) Data Standard will provide a platform based on a documented agreement to consistently promote the effective exchange and use of genomic samples and associated sample information. The new data standard presented here builds on existing standards that are commonly used in the Community and extend to exchange data on tissues, environment, DNA and sequences. The GGBN Data Standard will unveil and democratize the hidden contents of biodiversity biobanks in order to discover and democratize them in the wider biobank community. For data providers, there are technical tools to link their databases to the standard. The SIGBN Data standard is based on ABCDDNA, developed on the DNA Bank network. The current SICN data standard is the result of other ABCDDNA audits conducted with the GGBN community. The SIGBN Data standard is designed to be used with ABCD or Darwin Core and is not a standalone solution! Implementations are now available for ABCD and the DarwinCore archives.
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