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Mendelian Inheritance in Man

A database begun in the early 1960s by Dr VA McKusick as a catalog of mendelian traits and disorders. 12 paper editions were published between 1966 and 1998. The online version, OMIM, was created in the mid-1980s and went live on the web in 1995.


Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man Online genetics The electronic–Web version of Mendelian Inheritance in Man, a curated database See MIM catalog.

Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man



A database of known genetic diseases and conditions.
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Haberland syndrome91'###%613001###Named in OMIM, as "Encephalocraniocutaneous lipomatosis".
The different strengths of the two databases, OMIM and CTD, are illustrated by comparison of the data stts.
We intend it to be a knowledgebase that integrates basic information, bioinformatics analysis of transcript sequences (mRNA and EST), QTL information based on published data, and OMIM data related to disease.
The possibility now exists to test a pre-implementation embryo for any one of the 12,000 genes (and their variants) listed on the OMIM site.
Building on the core reference first published over 30 years ago, this edition has been enhanced by some reorganization (two sections instead of three) and with inclusion of the OMIM number when appropriate so that the text is friendly for geneticists as well as radiologists and clinicians.
Both diseases follow an X-linked recessive pattern of inheritance (Becker 1953, OMIM 2004), thus, the great majority of patients are males.
The OMIM is a Web resource that is useful for health care providers.
OMIM catalogs and describes the current knowledge of the genetic defects that lead to various cancers.
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In March 2015, Pompe disease [acid [alpha]-glucosidase deficiency; Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM) [2] 232300), and in February 2016, mucopolysaccharidosis type I (MPS I) ([alpha]-L-iduronidase deficiency; OMIM 607014, 607015, and 607016), and X-adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) (OMIM 300100) were included in the US Recommended Uniform Screening Panel of the US Secretary of Health and Human Services (1).
2,3] In MDs, Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD; OMIM #310200) and milder allelic Becker muscular dystrophy (BMD; OMIM #300376) are most commonly observed forms in humans.
The SureSelect Focused Exome enables clinical researchers to confidently make variant calls in regions of significance by targeting regions defined in HGMD, OMIM and ClinVar databases.