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FINDbase
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Descriptiongenetic variation allele frequencies.
Contact
Research centerUniversity of Patras, Patras, Greece.
LaboratoryDepartment of Pharmacy, School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Engineering
AuthorsMarianthi Georgitsi
Primary citationGeorgitsi & al. (2011)[1]
Release date2006
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Websitehttp://www.findbase.org

The Frequency of INherited Disorders database (FINDbase) is a database of frequencies of causative genetic variations worldwide.[1][2] FINDbase was founded in 2006 to be a relational database for these frequencies of causative genetic variations of inherited genetic disorders, as well as pharmacogenetic markers. Out of all the national/ethnic mutation databases (NEMDBs), FINDbase has the most content and since all the entries are collected from various populations worldwide, it is seen as a great resource for population-specific information.[3]

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  1. ^ a b Georgitsi, Marianthi; Viennas Emmanouil; Antoniou Dimitris I; Gkantouna Vassiliki; van Baal Sjozef; Petricoin Emanuel F; Poulas Konstantinos; Tzimas Giannis; Patrinos George P (Jan 2011). "FINDbase: a worldwide database for genetic variation allele frequencies updated". Nucleic Acids Res. 39 (Database issue): D926–32. doi:10.1093/nar/gkq1236. PMC 3013745. PMID 21113021.
  2. ^ Papadopoulos, Petros; Emmanouil Viennas; Vassiliki Gkantouna; Cristiana Pavlidis; Marina Bartsakoulia; Zafeiria-Marina Ioannou; Ilham Ratbi; Abdelaziz Sefiani; John Tsaknakis; Konstantinos Poulas; Giannis Tzimas; George P. Patrinos (Jan 2014). "Developments in FINDbase database for clinically relevant genomic variation allele frequencies". Nucleic Acids Res. 42 (Database issue): D1020–6. doi:10.1093/nar/gkt1125. PMC 3964978. PMID 24234438.
  3. ^ Georgitsi, M.; Patrinos, G. P. (2013-01-01). "Genetic Databases in Pharmacogenomics: The Frequency of Inherited Disorders Database (FINDbase)". In Innocenti, Federico; Schaik, Ron H. N. van (eds.). Genetic Databases in Pharmacogenomics: The Frequency of Inherited Disorders Database (FINDbase) - Springer. Methods in Molecular Biology. 1015. Humana Press. pp. 321–336. doi:10.1007/978-1-62703-435-7_21. ISBN 978-1-62703-434-0. PMID 23824866.