Health Facts Plus: Genes and Gene Therapy

Health Facts Plus: Genes and Gene Therapy

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Gene May Help Trigger Children''s Kidney Cancer (01/04/2007, HealthDay)

Gender Affects Genes'' Influence on Blood Pressure (01/04/2007, Reuters Health)

Gene Cluster May Predict Lung Cancer Outcome (01/03/2007, HealthDay)

NCI Scientists Launch Spotlight on Molecular Profiling (11/07/2006, National Cancer Institute)

Mouse DNA to Aid Biomedical Research (10/25/2006, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)

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From the National Institutes of Health

From Genes to Personalized Medicine (National Institutes of Health) - Links to PDF Genes -- What We Knew, Know, and Hope to Learn (National Institute of General Medical Sciences) Genetic Basics (National Institute of General Medical Sciences) What Is Pharmacogenetics? (National Institute of General Medical Sciences)

Gene Therapy (Dept. of Energy) Introduction to Genetics and Genetic Testing (Nemours Foundation) JAMA Patient Page: Genetics (American Medical Association) - Links to PDF

Gene Therapy for Cancer: Questions and Answers (National Cancer Institute) Gene Therapy: Cancer Research Topic Proves Challenging, but Promising (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research) Genes and Populations (National Institute of General Medical Sciences) Also available in Spanish Genetics Home Reference (National Library of Medicine) Genomics and Medical Devices: A New Paradigm for Health Care (Food and Drug Administration) Genomics and Personalized Medicine (Food and Drug Administration) Metabolomics: Working toward Personalized Medicine (Food and Drug Administration) Pharmacogenomics (American Medical Association) Proteomics: Moving Beyond the Human Genome (Food and Drug Administration)

Genomics & Health Weekly Update (Centers for Disease Control, Office of Genomics and Disease Prevention)

ClinicalTrials.gov: Gene Therapy (National Institutes of Health)

Genes or Environment? Epigenetics Sheds Light on Debate (02/01/2006, National Institutes of Health) Medicines for You: Studying How Your Genes Can Make a Difference (02/01/2005, National Institute of General Medical Sciences) Also available in Spanish

Gene-Environment Interaction Fact Sheet (Centers for Disease Control, Office of Genomics and Disease Prevention)

"-OMICS" Glossary: A Selection of Important Terms and Concepts Defined (Food and Drug Administration) Talking Glossary of Genetic Terms (National Human Genome Research Institute) - Requires media player Also available in Spanish

GeneTests (University of Washington) National Human Genome Research Institute National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature

Issues in Genetics and Health (National Human Genome Research Institute) Policy and Legislation Database (National Human Genome Research Institute)

Gene Therapy and Children (Nemours Foundation) What Is a Gene? (Nemours Foundation) You and Your Genes: Making It in a Tough Environment (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)

Basics on Genes and Genetic Disorders (Nemours Foundation)

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Date last updated: 05 January 2007 Topic last reviewed: 08 November 2006