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Natural History of Genes Home Page 

--- This site is great for people just getting into their studies of genetics.  It offers resources for teachers as well as students of all ages. These include small genetic experiments that can be done at home.  A section on genetics issues in the news is also included.

University of Utah Genetics

---This is the home site for the University of Utah department of Genetics.  It offers information on the professors who wrote this book.   It also gives general information.

Human Genome Project Information

---This site is the official government site of the Human Genome Project.  It gives information on the project and has links to various other sites that talk about the project.

OMIM Home Page -- Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man

---This is a great site for genetics students.   It offers a search for all of the known genetic diseases.  Information about the clinical aspects of the disease as well as the genetic location of the disease is given along with several links to articles written about the disease.

The GeneLetter

---The gene letter is an electronic publication about genetics and public policy.  It has regular columns about genetic issues along with a great genetics links page.

National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI)

---This is the official site of the NHGRI, one on the divisions of the National Institute of Health. It gives information on the Human Genome Project.  Researchers can learn about receiving grants for work on this project at this site.  Also, you can find information on genetic diseases, ethical, legal, and social issues at this site.

HHMI's Blazing a Genetic Trail: Research on Mutant Genes and Hereditary Diseases.

---This is another beginners site.  It offers various articles on how genetics research takes place as well as some diseases.


---Yahoo's listing of human genetics

HCI links page

---a page full of useful links from the Huntsman Cancer Institute

The Alliance of Genetic Support Groups

---This page includes contact information and links to support groups for various genetic diseases (some of the automatic links here do not work and you have to type in the URL yourself)

Office of Rare Diseases 

---Here you can find information on more than 6000 rare diseases, including current research, publications from scientific and medical journals, completed research, ongoing studies, and patient support groups. 

Rare Genetic Diseases In Children Homepage

---A good jumping off point for information on genetic disorders, along with links to several organizations and support groups.

genetic linkage analysis

---This site links to several computer programs useful in genetics, including LIPED and MFLINK

National Center for Biotechnology Information

---Bioinformatics tools provided by the National Institutes of Health.

The I.M.A.G.E. Consortium

---The world's largest public collection of genes.

LLNL Human Genome Center

---The Livermore Center whose broad goal is understanding the human genetic material through DNA mapping and sequencing.

Weizmann Institute of Science Genome and Bioinformatics

---A bioinformatics and biological computing website focusing on DNA sequence analysis, proteomics, and genomics.

Human Chromosome Launchpad

---Information on the human genome, chromosome by chromosome.

Center for Medical Genetics

---A multi-discipline group specializing in the identification of genes influencing human health disorders.

Genetics Societies

---Links to home pages for genetics, medical genetics, and genetic counseling societies.


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