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Patient Variant Analysis
Combine genotype and phenotype data across species for patient variant prioritization, functional annotation and pathogenicity determination.
Exome Tool Suite
Securely share & discuss patients with colleagues all around the world.
Use our text mining engines to annotate phenotypes/diseases in your free text. Then optionally compare those phenotypes across species to find candidate models of disease.
Find literature relevant to a set of phenotypes of interest
Phenotype PubMed Browser
New: Plain language for describing human diseases
We have developed the
Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO)
, a vocabulary to describe human disease features (phenotypes). As of Spring 2016, the HPO includes synonyms that patients, doctors, and machines can all understand.
Find models and diseases similar to a set of abnormal phenotypes of interest and then visualize their overlap.
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News and Events
Why cross-species phenomics informatics is critical to the PMI
Monarch's Phenogrid widget provides similarity visualizations for the International Mouse Phenotyping Consortium.
Finally, a medical terminology that patients, doctors, and machines can all understand.
European Rare Disease Organization recognizes Dr. Peter Robinson for scientific excellence
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