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PHENOTYPE search simplified
SELECTED GENATLAS REFERENCES
Chose your search system: GENE SEARCH, PHENOTYPE SEARCH or SELECTED GENATLAS REFERENCES.
You may choose the
(1) enter your query in the Query field, (2) Click the white Search button at the bottom right of the page. In the simplified version, the three databases may be queried in full text mode*. You enter one or more terms, and autocomplete searches appear for the first term. Click on the chosen item. Previews of the search results will be displayed.
You may also try the
by double-clicking the search system: (1) enter your query in your corresponding query box, (2) refine the query by the subchoices with a pre-compiled menu, (3) Click the white Search button at the bottom right of the page.
*Dash characters ( - ) may be omitted.
Searching for chromosomal diseases in Genatlas
To search for a chromosomal rearrangement, you may want Chose your search system.
To retrieve the genes located within the rearrangement, select the GENE database. To retrieve the associated phenotypes, select the PHENOTYPE database.
Chromosomal rearrangements mut be typed using the following nomenclature: DEL for deletion, DUP for partial trisomy, TRI for full trisomy, followed by the chromosome number, the arm symbol, and an indication of the location (such as D=distal, P=proximal, or band number). e.g. the 9q34 subtelomeric deletion should be typed in as "DEL9Q34". The Full text search box may also be used to search a chromosomal disease by its name, such as Williams or DiGeorge.