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Topic: Genetics

Ubiquity Genomics Custom Catch-Seq

Ubiquity Genomics provides high-quality CATCH-Seq probes, customized for your genomic regions of interest.  These kits enable targeted enrichment of next-generation sequencing libraries for contiguous blocks of the genome at a fraction of the cost of oligonucleotide pools.  CATCH-Seq probes can be synthesized for any species for which there are mapped genomic clones available (BACs or fosmids).

Topic: Genetics

Animal Health Trust- Genetics Research

Inherited diseases are widespread among purebred dog populations and represent a significant welfare issues for afflicted breeds.

Topic: Genetics

Sanger Genome Sequencing
Topic: Genetics

National Human Genome Research Institute (NIH)
Topic: Genetics

Illumina Sequencing Services
Topic: Genetics

Genetics Journal

GENETICS is published by the Genetics Society of America, a scholarly society that seeks to deepen our understanding of the living world by advancing our understanding of genetics

Topic: Genetics

General Database Information

CELPHEDIA (Creation, Breeding, Phenotyping, Distribution and Archiving of Model Organisms)

CELPHEDIA (Creation, Breeding, Phenotyping, Distribution and Archiving of model organisms) mainly aims to develop innovative, standardized and massively parallel technological approaches, in order to accelerate the understanding of the genome and the gene.

Topic: Information on drugs and diseases

European Pharmaceutical Market Research Association (EphMRA)
Topic: Information on drugs and diseases

Toxicology Data Network

Toxicology Data Network- is a group of databases covering chemicals and drugs, diseases and the environment, environmental health, occupational safety and health, poisoning, risk assessment and regulations, and toxicology.

Topic: Information on drugs and diseases

International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology (ISPE)
Topic: Information on drugs and diseases

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