Created at Palomar College, San Marcos, California by Dr O'Neil. Topics include Mendel's Genetics, Probabiliby of inheritance, Exceptions to simple inheritance. Practice flashcards are also availability.
Click on either "Cell Biology" or "Human Biology" to get a review of cell signaling, cell basics, the cell cycle & mitosis, meiosis, prokaryotes, eukaryotes and viruses, human genetics and other topics.
This site provides visitors with information about human genomic discoveries can be used to improve health and prevent disease. It also provides links to CDC wide activities in public health genomics.
Coffee Break Coffee Break is an online newsline created by the National Library of Medicine. It is a collection of short reports on recent biological discoveries. Each report incorporates interactive tutorials that show how bioinformatics tools are used as a part of the research process.
Each report is about 400 words, and is usually based on a discovery reported in one or more articles from the recently published peer-reviewed literature. After a brief introduction that sets the work described into a broader context, the report focuses on how a molecular understanding can provide explanations of observed biology and lead to therapies for diseases.
Some example reports include: Neanderthal man lives on in some of us; How the woolly mammoth adapted to the cold; The songbird and the chicken: how a song can change a genome.
This Learning Center is a science center devoted entirely to genetics education and is an operating unit of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, an important center for molecular genetics research. Topics include basic heredity, genetic disorders, eugenics, the discovery of the structure of DNA, DNA sequencing, cancer and plant genetics.
A publicly funded medical genetics information site which includes:
Genetic Alliance is a coalition of more than 600 advocacy organizations that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for everyone living with genetic conditions. Some tools included at this site are:
This site, developed for both teachers and students, has free educational materials for learning and unit plans for teaching, professional development programs that update K-16 teachers' expertise and community programs. Type your topic of interest into the Search box.
This site is administered by Bryn Williams-Jones, on the medical faculty of the University of Montreal. The goal of this site is to serve as a clearing house for information on the social, ethical and policy issues associated with genetic knowledge and technology.
This National Library of Medicine site provides consumer information about genetic conditions and the genes responsible for those conditions. Information is provided on:
The Institute is a nonprofit medical research organization that employs hundreds of leading biomedical scientists working at the forefront of their fields. The Institute's scientists conduct research in the following areas: cell biology, computational biology, genetics, immunology, neuroscience and structural biology.
ISONG is dedicated to fostering the scientific and professional growth of nurses in human genetics and genomics worldwide. The ISONG vision is: caring for people's genetic and genomic health.
Updated regularly with clinical, research, and educational resources for genetic counselors, clinical geneticists, and medical geneticists.
This site gives general cancer genetics information, information about specific cancers and helps one find cancer genetics professionals. It also has policy statements and cancer genetics research resources and information.
Many genetic related links. Links to several database (BLAST, PubMed, Entrez, OMIM) and a taxonomy browser. Includes info on chemicals and bioassays, DNA & RNA, domains & structures, genes & expression, genetics & medicine genomes & maps, homology and more.
At this site you can access resources and information services on topics related to the ethical, legal and social implications of research and clinical practice in human genetics. These include databases searchable via the Internet, the full text of online annotated bibliographies and other print publications.
Rare disease database (charge for full text articles); newsletters, organizational database.
This searchable database is a catalog of human genes and genetic disorders edited by professors at Johns Hopkins and elsewhere. Also has links to NCBI's Entrez database of MEDLINE articles and sequence information.
Created by the National Human Genome Research Institute to help everyone understand the terms and concept used in genetic research.
This resource has been developed to promote understanding among all health professionals of the impact genetics has on real life, and its relevance to healthcare practice. The website draws on stories that cover a range of genetic conditions including single-gene disorders (with autosomal dominant, autosomal recessive and X-linked inheritance patterns), chromosomal abnormalities and multifactorial conditions such as
cancer and heart disease.
A resource for information about genetics and genetic services in Texas.
Presented in a powerpoint slide format and has excellent illustrations.