Resources included in GTR and where to locate a genetics professional

The NIH Genetic Testing Registry includes information from different resources and links to content-specific pages for these resources.

Table of contents

  1. Molecular Resources
  2. Clinical Resources
  3. Consumer Resources
  4. Locate a Genetics Professional

Molecular Resources

ClinVar
Information about sequence variation and its relationship to human health, NIH.
Genetics & Medicine
NCBI's molecular medicine databases and tools, NIH. See tips

Clinical Resources

GeneReviews
Clinical information on genetic conditions, University of Washington. See NCBI's Advanced Search.
MedGen
Medical genetics conditions, clinical features, practice guidelines, hierarchies and more, NIH.
OMIM
Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man, Johns Hopkins University.
Orphanet
Rare diseases and orphan drugs, European consortium.
NHGRI Talking Glossary
Genetic terms, images and animation, NIH.

Consumer Resources

Genetics Home Reference
Consumer-friendly information about genetic variation and human health, NIH.
Office of Rare Diseases Research
Rare diseases information for patients, families, healthcare providers, researchers, educators, and students, NIH.
Genetic Alliance
Nonprofit health advocacy organization committed to transforming health through genetics and promoting an environment of openness.

Locate a Genetics Professional

ACMG Genetics Clinics Database
American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics database, with map-based views.
NSGC Directory
National Society of Genetic Counselors directory.
NCI Cancer Genetics Services Directory
National Cancer Institute directory of professionals who provide cancer genetics services.
ABMGG Directory
American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics directory of board-certified geneticists.
ABGC Directory
American Board of Genetic Counseling directory of board-certified genetic counselors.

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Last updated: 2020-11-23T18:32:24Z