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An Introduction to Genetics and Genetic Testing This online fact sheet answers consumers questions about genetic disorders and metabolism. It discusses genetic counseling, prenatal diagnoses and X-linked disorders.... Details >Nemours FoundationAmerican Journal of Human Genetics A monthly journal for health professionals interested in the medical specialty of human genetics. Topics AJHG covers include behavioral genetics, biochemical genetics, clinical genetics, cytogenetics,... Details >American Society of Human GeneticsBirth Defects: GeneticsLearn about genetic factors and genetic disorders and the prevention of birth defects, developmental disabilities, and other unique conditions in children.... Details >National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental DisabilitiesCancer Gene Therapy (Journal) The essential gene therapy resource for cancer researchers and clinicians. The Journal is published monthly, offering the latest developments in gene therapy for cancer.
... Details >Commercial Entity--Follow the Resource URL for More InformationCancer GeneticsLinks to patient and health professionals information about genetics and gene testing related to cancer. These include a list of genetic cancer types; policies that regulate genetic testing; a search ... Details >National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of HealthEnvironmental Genome Project Home PageThis page welcomes to the Environmental Genome Project, a program of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences/National Institutes of Health (NIEHS/NIH). The mission of the EGP is to imp... Details >National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institutes of HealthFrom Maps to Medicine: About the Human Genome Research Project The Human Genome Project is an ambitious effort to understand the hereditary instructions that make each of us unique. The goal of this effort is to find the location of the 100,000 or so human genes ... Details >National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institutes of HealthGenBank--the National Institutes of Health Genetic Sequence DatabaseGenBank is the NIH genetic sequence database, an annotated collection of all publicly available DNA sequences. A five-page description is available. The complete release notes for the current version ... Details >National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of HealthGene Therapy (Journal) A monthly publication, this journal is targeted to clinicians and researchers with an interest in genetic disease and the use of genetic techniques in disease control.... Details >Commercial Entity--Follow the Resource URL for More InformationGenetic and Rare Conditions: Support Groups & Information Page Professionals, educators, or individuals seeking information on genetic conditions or birth defects can use this directory to locate national and international organizations, or contact a genetic coun... Details >Educational Institution--Follow the Resource URL for More Information
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