MutationDiscovery.com is a free resource for people
doing research in the area of genetic variation. The site includes
entries for thousands of genes, and each entry presents known variations
in the context of the genomic sequence for the gene. The genomic
sequence is drawn from the Genome Annotation Project at NCBI. Variation
data is drawn from several sources - see the FAQ page for more details.
This site includes data on human and mouse genes.
The site also includes PCR and DHPLC protocols
to help researchers apply Transgenomic WAVE nucleic acid fragment
analysis technology to the detection of both new and previously
observed genetic variations. Premium Access users can also create
amplicons and save them at MutationDiscovery.com for further use.
Saved amplicons can be stored privately, or you can choose to share
them with specific users. Premium Access is free to any WAVE System
user covered by a support plan, or it can be purchased for a nominal
fee. For more information, please contact your technical support
representative or see
The main locus display page on this site is
built using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) technology - a W3C standard
supported by a plug-in
from Adobe, which must be installed before using the site. (
is a static sample page.)