ALFRED online database on allele frequency in human population samples readily available to the scientific community.
An IMGT/HLA database.
From the National Cancer Institute-contains more than 1.5 million citations and abstracts from over 4,000 different sources including biomedical journals, proceedings, books, reports, and doctoral theses.
An Online Database, by Dr. Digamber S. Borgaonkar.
Searchable database of federally funded biomedical research projects conducted at universities, hospitals, and other research institutions.
The Genetic Alliance is providing this tool to assist you in finding specific and quality information about genetic conditions, as quickly as possible.
Search engine provided by the National Center for Biotechnology Information for obtaining data on DNA sequences, protein sequences and structures, genome/chromosome maps and related bibliographic information.
Eurogene portal provides educational materials in the field of genetics
It is a 5 years project to standardise and harmonise genetics tests around Europe.
(FIDD)at the Institute of Medical Genetics, University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff. Established for use in a clinical context, in medical research, for epidemiological studies and in planning for genetic services.
Compiles the information relevant to the mapping efforts of the Human Genome Project. This information is collected from original articles in the literature or from the proceedings of Human Gene Mapping and Single Chromosome Workshop.
National Institute of Health genetic sequence database containing a collection of publicly available DNA sequences maintained by the National Center for Biotechnology Information.
An electronic encyclopedia integrating information about genes and their products and biomedical applications from the Weizmann Institute of Science Genome and Bioinformatics.
Expert-authored resource created to aid healthcare professionals in applying new advances in genetic testing to the diagnosis, management, and counseling of patients and families with inherited disorders.
"A new gene map of the human genome" from the National Center for Biotechnology Information.
New genetic map from the National Center for Biotechnology Information.
Web resource integrating gene, sequence and polymorphism data.
A directory of laboratories providing testing for genetic disorders. Laboratories are listed by disease name. Both research and diagnostic laboratories are included.
This alphabetic list contains computer software on genetic linkage analysis, marker mapping, linkage disequilibrium mapping, and pedigree drawing Genetic Analysis Software.
Established by the National Human Genome Research Institute and the Office of Rare Diseases, the Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center employs experienced information specialists to answer questions from the general public, including patients and their families, health care professionals, and biomedical researchers.
This is a searchable listing of public health genetics policy documents and clinical genetics educational materials. It is a project of the National Newborn Screening and Genetics Resource Center (NNSGRC).
Provides a user-friendly, easy-to-access resource* to facilitate information search about genetic diseases detected through newborn screening, currently available genetic tests and testing services, test performance, and recognized testing algorithms
National Library of Medicine`s website for consumer information about genetic conditions and the genes responsible for those conditions.
Provides linkage mapping information and software tools that facilitate the integration of physical and genetic linkage data to produce unified maps of the human genome.
A database of intra-genic sequence polymorphism.
This database seeks to provide an accurately and comprehensive catalog of normal human gene and genome variation, useful as a research tool to help define the genetic component of human phenotypic variation.
An integrated, searchable knowledge base of genetic associations and human genome epidemiology.
The Human Ageing Genomic Resources (HAGR) is a collection of databases and tools designed to help researchers understand the genetics of human ageing through a combination of functional genomics and evolutionary biology.
Catalog of known gene mutations associated with inherited diseases (developed and maintained at the Institute of Medical Genetics in Cardiff).
From the the Human Genome Organization
The Browser, from the University of California in Santa Cruz, stacks annotation tracks beneath genome coordinate positions, allowing rapid visual correlation of different types of information. The user can look at a whole chromosome, open a specific cytogenetic band to see a positionally mapped disease gene candidate, or zoom in to a particular gene.
From the Human Genome Variation Society
Contains markers, genes and mutations associated or linked with obesity phenotypes.
From the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research/MIT Center for Genome Research.
Repertory of Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF) and Hereditary Autoinflammatory Disorders Mutations
HVGS affiliated database.
Il portale di informazione che ti guida nella ricerca dei migliori ospedali e dei professionisti della sanità.
The database enables users to quickly sort sequencing project information by organism, by sequencing group or by funding agency.
Computerized catalog of molecular and cellular biology, with links to gene catalogs produced by genome sequencing projects.
Provides a single query interface to information about genetic loci, from the National Center for Biotechnology Information.
Human Mitochondrial Genome Database.
PUBMED project, MEDLINE, and genetic databases.
The Nuclear Protein Database is a searchable database of information on proteins that are localized to the nucleus of vertebrate cells.
Catalog of human genes and genetic disorders. Its database contains text information, images, reference information, and numerous links to MEDLINE articles and sequence information.
From the Genetic Alliance
A database dedicated to information on rare diseases and orphan drugs. It`s access is free of charge.
PDQ (Physician Data Query) is NCI`s comprehensive cancer database with peer-reviewed summaries on cancer treatment, screening, prevention, genetics, and supportive care, and complementary and alternative medicine
PharmGKB is an integrated resource about how variation in human genes leads to variation in our response to drugs. Genomic data, molecular and cellular phenotype data, and clinical phenotype data are accepted from the scientific community at large.
PHG Foundation is an independent not-for-profit public health organisation focusing on the translation of science and biomedical innovation to improve health; especially genome-based science and technologies and the actions needed to change healthcare policies and services to deliver the benefits of research to populations worldwide.
The PRIDE PRoteomics IDEntifications database is a centralized, standards compliant, public data repository for proteomics data. PRIDE has been developed through a collaboration of the EMBL-EBI and Ghent University in Belgium.
Online database that provides information on gene and protein relationships from the literature, gene relationships from your gene expression experiments, pointers to pathway information, and other metadata to maximize analysis throughput, and help build sequence homology networks and relate them to literature.
From the Office of Rare Diseases, NIH.
Cloned and/or mapped genes causing retinal diseases.
Contains mainly computer software on genetic linkage analysis, marker mapping, and pedigree drawing.
SNP500Cancer project seeks to find known or newly discovered single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) which are of immediate importance to molecular epidemiology studies in cancer.
An archive of human genetic association studies of complex diseases and disorders (from the National Institute for Aging).
The free, searchable database currently focuses on the following subject areas: genetic testing and counseling; insurance and employment discrimination, newborn screening; privacy of genetic information and confidentiality; informed consent; and commercialization and patenting.
From the National Library of Medicine