Aims to advance studies of eye diseases and their genetic causes by giving researchers access to DNA samples, clinical information, and patients looking to participate in research studies and clinical trials.
Links human genes to the body parts they affect. Gene ORGANizer is built upon a curated database that relives over 7,000 genes to about 150 anatomical parts using more than 150,000 gene-organ associations. This platform permits analysis of the anatomical effects of individual genes, and identification of trends within groups of genes. Additionally, it can be used to make new discoveries and to study the phenotypic effects of genes.
Searches a database of rare variants from exome sequencing data linked to phenotypic information from a wide variety of Mendelian gene discovery projects. Geno2MP is a web-based query tool that shows phenotypic profiles for affected individuals and, for unaffected individuals, the phenotypic profile of their affected relative(s). As with most genetic variation in humans, most of the variants in Geno2MP are not causal for a Mendelian condition.
Provides a map for respective chromosomes. BombMap is a database where users can search by locus name or accession number on a chromosome. Alternatively search marker directly leads to available mapping information on specific DNA clones. This database is written in JAVA language and works on GIOT (Genome Information displayed Orderly Tool) which uses a web browser as a user interface. This permits to display genome information.
Provides a reference dataset for understanding the mechanisms of human intelligence. IQ genetic database permits the exploration of intelligence quotient (IQ)-associated human genes. It enables users to rapidly search and retrieve summarized IQ-associated genes. The database aims to assist and to elucidate the relationship between IQ score and genetic risk factors in mental disorders. It can be useful for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of some intelligence-related mental disorders.
Stores resources relevant to the study of susceptibility of Type 1 Diabetes (TID). T1Dbase incorporates data from a variety of public data sets into a disease agnostic core database. The platform contains a simple sequence search tool that uses the BLAT software to search human and mouse T1D regions. T1DBase allows the integration of complex and disparates data sets thereby linking large scale expression, genetics and genomics resources with support for integrated querying and visualization to enhance T1D research.
Provides a repository dedicated to alfalfa. ABT is a platform gathering information about sequencing and assembling of the alfalfa genome derived from a diploid and a tetraploid. It includes a wide range of data, including phenotypic data, gene expression profiles in response to abiotic stress conditions presented in an atlas or molecular markers. These data can be browsed or downloaded in Cmap format.