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To cite the RBK Consortium, please use:
Oxburgh L, Carroll TJ, Cleaver O, Gossett DR, Hoshizaki DK, Hubbell JA, Humphreys BD, Jain S, Jensen J, Kaplan DL, Kesselman C, Ketchum CJ, Little MH, McMahon AP, Shankland SJ, Spence JR, Valerius MT, Wertheim JA, Wessely O, Zheng Y, Drummond IA. (Re)Building a Kidney. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2017 Jan 17. pii: ASN.2016101077. doi: 10.1681/ASN.2016101077. View on PubMed
RBK Projects, when publishing a paper, please refer to your RBK data with Data Collections.
Data collections are a curated set of RBK data collected into one easily citable and referenced location with a permanent identifier (DOI). This collection allows readers to unambiguously obtain full quality, source data that was referenced in the paper, which translates to repeatable experiments. A side benefit is that this method has been shown to drive more traffic to your data on the RBK site.
The dataset has its own citation (based on the Nature scientific data citation format).
Create a record for your data collection, link to the data records related to the publication and request the DOI:
Follow the dataset citation convention described above. In most cases, it should look like the following:
Benjamin Humphreys (Re)Building a Kidney Consortium https://doi.org/10.25548/14-4KG6 (2018).
Our dataset  shows that ...And then in the methods section, add text that looks something like this:
Data Dissemination To increase rigor, reproducibility, and transparency, raw image files and other data generated as part of this study were deposited into the GUDMAP consortium database and are fully accessible at: https://doi.org/10.25548/14-4KG6 (25).
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