Find web-based resources to assist with Human Genetic Medicine and Genomics studies Find web-based resources to assist with Human Genetic Medicine and Genomics studies

Use this section of our site to find useful web-based resources for your studies and research of Human Genetic Medicine and Genomics.

All of the sites, databases, and software are in the public domain and the purpose of this page is to recommend their use and discuss their application.

Contact Details of Curator; Dr Barbara Jennings, email: b.jennings@uea.ac.uk or twitter: Barbara Jennings @GeneticsMBBS.

The resources found on these pages will support the study of Pharmacogenetics and Stratified Medicine.

Education Education

Student studying resources

Use these sites if you want to do some background reading about genetics or identify resources to help you understand concepts about medical genetics, human genomics or cancer genetics.

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Research Research

Student researching online

Use these databases to identify published research. These links are ideal for conducting primary and secondary research about monogenic disorders, multifactorial traits; sequence variants and pharmacogenetics. The collated information is annotated and indexed and regularly updated by experts. 

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Experiments Experiments

Detail of genetic structure

The software and data provided by these sites can be used for in-silico experiments. Do you want to predict what impact a particular sequence variant will have on the expression of a gene and the properties of its protein product? Do you want to identify the somatic changes identified in particular cancers?

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