This category is for listing sites dealing with the genetics of the human race.
Special report about 50 years of scientific work on DNA and the human genome project.
Transcript of a discussion with David Baltimore, John Sulston and David Bentley about the project.
Learn about the structure of DNA, how it replicates, protein synthesis and its history.
Graphical user interface to show what genes have been mapped to a particular chromosome location. Maintained by the University of Washington.
Illustrated narrative about the idea of designing babies . Includes mapping the human genome and genetic prescreening
Information about each human chromosome. Features links to gene maps, sequences, genetic disorders, identified genes, laboratories, and research.
World Health Organization program which develops genetic approaches to the control of the most common hereditary diseases and those with a genetic predisposition.
Information about the Project, its progress, history, and goals; issues associated with genome research; frequently asked questions, the science behind the project; and Project sponsors.
Description of the basic strategy and methodology for mapping and sequencing the human genome. Maintained by the US Department of Energy.
Encyclopedia of Homo sapiens genes and metabolism.
A companion piece to the PBS series. Features the latest biomedical and genetical treatments and research. Contains original articles and animations.
Features a mailing list, table of contents of leading journals, listings of meetings and seminars and a classified ads section .
Fumiichiro Yamamoto, Ph.D., aims to disseminate knowledge on the molecular genetic basis of the ABO blood grouping system. Also provides details of Dr Yamamoto's publications.
Develop bioinformatics and computational biology tools to support genetic analysis and discovery. Features scientific programs, software, and career opportunities.
A wiki investigating the genetics of human diseases.
Article about the human genome and its discovery. Includes diagram of the biological Rosetta Stone and a table of human genome statistics.
The Wellcome Trust provides information on the human genome, and the impact of human genes on health, disease and society.
A medical information resource for disorders within the Amish population that is written in plain language. Contains an extensive database of genetic, diagnostic and clinical information for the use of clinicians, academic researchers, medical students and patients.
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