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Bioinformatics in Genetics

Bioinformatics in Genetics

Bioinformatics is related to genetics and genomics. It is a scientific sub-discipline that involves using computer technology to collect, store, analyse and disseminate biological data and information, like DNA and amino acid sequences or reflections about those sequences.

However, its focus on developing and implementing computationally intensive methods to accomplish this objective sets it apart from other approaches. Some examples are: machine learning algorithms, visualization Sequence alignment, data mining, and pattern recognition, gene discovery, genome assembly, drug design, drug discovery, protein structure prediction, protein structure alignment, prediction of gene expression and protein–protein interactions, genome-wide association studies, and the modelling of evolution and cell division/mitosis are among the major areas of research in this field.

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Related Associations: American Society of Human Genetics | The European Society of Human Genetics | National Society of Genetic Counselors | International Federation of Human Genetics Societies | Genetics Society of America | African Society of Human Genetics | Human Genetics Society of Australasia | German Society of Human Genetics | The Genetics Society | Southern African Society for Human Genetics | The British Society for Genetic Medicine | The East Asian Union of Human Genetics Societies

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Genetic Disorders

Genetic Disorders

Genetic disorders can be caused by a mutation - a harmful change to a gene, also known as a pathogenic variant, in one gene (monogenic disorder), by mutations in multiple genes (multifactorial inheritance disorder), by a combination of gene mutations and environmental factors, or by damage to chromosomes such as changes in the number or structure of entire chromosomes (Chromosomal). Common genetic disorders include:

Down syndrome
Fragile-X syndrome
Klinefelter syndrome
Triple-X syndrome
Turner syndrome
Arthritis
Autism spectrum disorder, in most cases
Cancer, in most cases
Coronary artery disease
Diabetes
Migraine headaches
Duchenne muscular dystrophy
Familial hypercholesterolemia, a type of high cholesterol disease
Hemochromatosis (iron overload)
Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1)
Sickle cell disease

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Related Associations: Human Genetics and Society | Italian Society of Human Genetics | European Board of Medical Genetics | Irish Society of Human Genetics | Dutch Society for Human Genetics | Belgian Society for Human Genetics | Cyprus Society of Human Genetics | International Society of Genetic Genealogy | Human Genome Organisation | Canadian Association of Genetic Counsellors | Australian and New Zealand Society of Human Genetics | Genetics Society of China

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Biochemical Genetics

Biochemical Genetics

Biochemical genetics is a combination of biochemistry and genetics. Biochemistry deals largely with the structure and function of cellular components, such as carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, and other biomolecules, their functions and transformations during life processes. Genetics is a study of heredity, particularly the transmission mechanisms and variation of inherited characteristics between organisms that are similar to or related to one another. As a result, biochemical genetics is a branch of genetics that examines the mechanisms by which genes control and regulate protein structure and synthesis as well as their chemical structure. It investigates gene-enzyme interactions and their influence on biochemical pathway function.

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Cardiogenetics

Cardiogenetics

Cardiogenetics is the study of the genetics behind heart disease. An inherited illness is brought about by an irregularity in the hereditary material - the DNA. As a result, the study of cardiogenetics focuses on hereditary heart diseases that typically follow an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern. This indicates that a patient's children have a 50% chance of inheriting the disease as well. How we might interpret genetic cardiovascular illness has progressed significantly lately. As a result, research into the genetic predisposition to cardiovascular disease (genetic analysis) and treatment have improved.

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Genetic Epidemiology

Genetic Epidemiology

The study of how genetic and environmental factors interact to influence health and disease in families and populations is known as Genetic Epidemiology. A measurable and quantitative examination of how hereditary qualities capability in enormous gatherings is the objective of hereditary the study of disease transmission. Prevalence studies, population-based approaches, and case-control studies are some of the methods utilized in genetic epidemiology. Population-based methods, for instance, can be used to collect information about the clinical features and outcomes of particular diseases and disorders.

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Epigenetics

Epigenetics

The term "Epigenetics" refers to changes in gene expression that are stable but potentially reversible, occur without causing a change in the DNA sequence and can still be passed down from one generation to the next. Genes that are controlled by epigenetically are repressed or activated without affecting DNA. DNA methylation, histone modification, and RNA regulation are three central epigenetic mechanisms that have been extensively studied by researchers. These mechanisms are crucial to gene regulation. In order to carry out the methods that are utilized to investigate each of the three primary epigenetic mechanisms, we offer high-quality products in our combined comprehensive epigenetics portfolio.

• DNA Methylation
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• Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP) Kits
• Transcriptional and Post-Transcriptional Control: RNA Regulation
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Stem Cell Research and Gene Therapy

Stem Cell Research and Gene Therapy

stem cell is an undifferentiated cell that can divide to produce some offspring cells that remain stem cells and some cells that are destined to differentiate (become specialized). Stem cells can also divide to produce other offspring cells. The differentiated cells that make up the tissues and organs of animals and plants are continually obtained from stem cells. Stem cells are attracting a lot of attention because they have the potential to be used in therapies to replace damaged or defective cells caused by a wide range of diseases and injuries, including diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and heart disease.
There are two significant sorts of foundational microorganisms: Adult stem cells and Embryonic stem cells, also known as tissue stem cells.

Gene therapy is a method that modifies a person’s genes to treat or cure disorders. There are several mechanism included in gene therapy such as :

  • Replacing a disease-causing gene with a healthy duplicate of the gene
  • Introducing a new or modified gene into the body to help treat a disease
  • Inactivating a disease-causing gene that is not acting properly

There are different types of gene therapy products, including:
Plasmid DNA
Bacterial vectors
Viral vectors
Human gene editing technology
Patient-derived cellular gene therapy products

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Gene Editing and Genetic Engineering

Gene Editing and Genetic Engineering

Genome editing, also known as gene editing, is a field of research that tries to change the genes of living things to learn more about how genes work and find ways to use them to treat hereditary or acquired diseases. In many different kinds of cells and organisms, genome editing can be used to correct, introduce, or delete almost any DNA sequence. Genome editing has become faster, cheaper, and more effective thanks to new methods, despite the fact that DNA modification techniques have been around for a few decades. Genome altering permits analysts to emulate this normal course of DNA fix.
Genetic engineering is the artificial manipulation, modification, and recombination of DNA(rDNA) or other nucleic acid molecules for the purpose of altering an organism or population of organisms is known as genetic engineering. The methods utilized in hereditary designing have prompted the creation of restoratively significant items, including human insulin, human development chemical, and hepatitis B immunization, as well with respect to the improvement of hereditarily changed organic entities like sickness safe plants.

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Cytogenetics

Cytogenetics

Cytogenetics is primarily a subfield of genetics, but it is also a subfield of cell biology or cytology that focuses on the relationship between chromosomes and cell behavior, particularly during mitosis and meiosis. Karyotyping, chromosome analysis with G bands, and other cytogenetic banding methods are some of the methods used. “The study of chromosomes, which are long strands of  DNA and protein that contain the majority of the inheritable information in a cell,” as it is also known. In cytogenetics, samples of tissue, blood, or bone marrow are tested in a laboratory for chromosome changes, such as broken, missing, rearranged, or additional chromosomes. A genetic condition or disease, as well as some types of cancer, may be indicated by changes in particular chromosomes.

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Population Genetics

Population Genetics

The field of genetics that deals with the description of observed or inferred heritable features in populations over space and time is known as "Population Genetics." Although comprehensive, this definition hides a significant formal heterogeneity. As a matter of fact, population hereditary qualities hypothesis and models are very unique as per the kind of generation of the living being under study. The study of population genetics can be approached theoretically or through a broad range of practical applications like forensics and wildlife management. Eventually, there are two approaches to population genetics based on the type of variation being studied: Mendelian (restricted to characteristics with a discontinuous population distribution, such as blood groups) or quantitative, in which it is impossible to categorize individuals into distinct groups, such as measurable characteristics (height, weight, etc.)

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Molecular Genetics

Molecular Genetics

The mechanisms by which differences in the structures or expression of DNA molecules cause organismal variation are the subject of research in a subfield of biology known as Molecular Genetics. Both the strategy of hereditary designing, which is the immediate control of an organic entity's genome, and the sub-atomic capability of qualities are significant components of science.

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Immunogenetics

Immunogenetics

The term "a sub discipline of genetics which deals with the genetic basis of the immune response" is the definition of the term "immunogenetics," which derives from the two words "immunology" and "genetics." The branch of medical immunology and medical genetics known as immunogenetics investigates the connection between the immune system and genetics. Immune system illnesses, like type 1 diabetes, are mind boggling hereditary attributes which result from surrenders in the resistant framework. New therapeutic targets may be found by identifying the genes that define the immune defects. Alternately, genetic variants can assist in defining the immunological pathway that leads to disease.

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Cancer Genomics

Cancer Genomics

Cancer Genetics is the study of the genes and pathways that contribute to the development of cancer. Cancer genetics has been a vast and productive field of study. Numerous cancer genes have been identified and characterized over the past few decades. This has prompted enhancements in hereditary testing and diagnostics, as well as more precise prognostic data; Therapeutics for cancer are only beginning to benefit from advancements in cancer genetics.

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Genetic Medicine

Genetic Medicine

The incorporation and application of genomic technologies in hereditary medicine enables biomedical scientists and clinicians to collect data from a large study population in order to identify diseases and hereditary causes of medication reactions. Some inherited conditions, such as cystic fibrosis, alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, haemophilia, beta thalassemia, and sickle cell disease, can be prevented, treated, or cured with genetic therapies. They can also be used to treat infections and cancer, including HIV.

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Genome Integrity

Genome Integrity

The cellular processes that ensure genome stability and the consequences of instability are referred to as Genome Integrity. DNA damage processing in the context of chromatin and chromosomes, control of cell cycle checkpoints, and control of apoptosis are all processes that regulate the maintenance of genome integrity. Genome integrity is essential for normal cell division, healthy aging, tissue homeostasis and the prevention of cancer and other diseases. To understand how genome integrity maintenance influences aging and cancer development, a number of model systems, including single-cell organisms and a variety of higher living organism studies on human cells/tissues or patients, are needed.

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Pharmacogenomics and Toxicogenomics

Pharmacogenomics and Toxicogenomics

Pharmacogenomics is the study of how a person's genes affect how they react to medications. Its drawn out objective is to help specialists in choosing the medications and doses that are generally suitable for every patient. To determine how pharmaceutical and environmental chemicals affect human and environmental health, toxicogenomics, a subfield of toxicology, employs a variety of genomic analysis techniques.

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Nutrigenetics & Nutrigenomics

Nutrigenetics & Nutrigenomics

Nutrigenomic analysis shows how diet affects genes and changes gene expression, both of which are common in non-communicable diseases like cancer. In conditions like phenylketonuria and lactose intolerance, while the heterogeneous response of gene variants to nutrients, dietary components and developing nutraceuticals is called Nutrigenetics.

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Genetic Vaccines

Genetic Vaccines

Gene vaccines are a novel method of immunization and immunotherapy that delivers one or more genes that encode proteins for the pathogen rather than a live or inactivated organism (or a subunit thereof). The expression of genes from pathogens that encode surface antigens that are able to induce neutralizing antibodies in the host of the pathogen is the simplest application of modern genetic manipulation techniques to the development of vaccines.

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Proteomics, Genomics and Metabolomics

Diagnosis and Prognosis of Inborn Disorders

Diagnosis and Prognosis of Inborn Disorders

Given that many congenital disorders, including inborn errors of metabolism (IEM), respond well to targeted therapy, early diagnosis is critical. Programs for newborn screening successfully identify a portion of patients, allowing for prompt diagnosis and treatment. The laboratory diagnosis typically begins with broad screening tests to limit specialized metabolite and/or enzyme assays to identify the specific IEM in the absence of a family history and following clinical suspicion. Typically, pathogenic genetic variants can be identified, allowing for cascade testing of family members, confirming the biochemical diagnosis. It should come as no surprise that this diagnostic trajectory is far too frequently a drawn-out and time-consuming process, delaying diagnosis and, more importantly, therapeutic intervention for these uncommon conditions.

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Phylogenetics

Phylogenetics

The study of the evolutionary relationships between organisms based on DNA and RNA sequencing of their genetic material is known as Phylogenetics. The phylogenetic tree has two distinct characteristics: a rooted tree that shows the lineage of a common ancestor and an unrooted tree that shows the relativeness of an organism that does not share a common ancestor. The presence of divergence is symbolized by the branches.

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Clinical Genetics

Clinical Genetics

The medical specialty of clinical genetics offers genetic counselling and a diagnostic service to individuals or families who are affected by or at risk of conditions that may have a genetic basis. Any body system and age group can be affected by genetic disorders. There are a number of reasons why it has emerged as a significant field in the care of small animals. The prevalence of infections, nutritional disturbances, and intoxications was reduced by effective preventative measures.
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Genomic Ethics

Genomic Ethics

The study of the moral and political repercussions of genetics discoveries and technological advancements. Due to their expected diminished mental capacities, expanded weakness, and shame related with psychological well-being issues, NDD members appear to be especially powerless against moral issues that are known to be related with genomic research by and large, for example, security chances and informed assent/consent.

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Mitochondrial Genetics

Mitochondrial Genetics

Human mitochondrial hereditary qualities is the investigation of the hereditary qualities of human mitochondrial DNA (the DNA contained in human mitochondria). The entirety of the genetic information in human mitochondria is the human mitochondrial genome. The "powerhouses" of a cell are the tiny structures in the cell called mitochondria, which are responsible for producing energy for the cell to use.

Nuclear DNA (nDNA) does not carry mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA). The majority of multicellular organisms, including humans, inherit mitochondrial DNA only from the ovum of their mother. However, there are hypotheses that under certain conditions, paternal mtDNA transmission in humans may occur.Because Mendelian inheritance assumes that half of the genetic material in a fertilized egg (zygote) comes from each parent, mitochondrial inheritance is not Mendelian.


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