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Gene sequences and annotations used as references for the study of orthologs structure, expression, and evolution
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A tool to find regions of similarity between biological sequences
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Privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world
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Genetic testing registry
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Online mendelian inheritance in man
Repository of chemical information, molecular pathways, and tools for bioactivity screening
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