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  • Introducing GeneBe.net: Gene and Variant Data Aggregator with Free ACMG Pathogenicity Calculator

    Dear SeqAnswers community,

    I'm excited to introduce GeneBe.net, a comprehensive gene and variant data aggregator featuring an ACMG pathogenicity calculator, with an emphasis on Evergreen ClinVar data. GeneBe.net offers a valuable resource for genetic researchers and clinicians seeking to analyze and interpret genetic variants.

    GeneBe.net houses an extensive database of genetic variants, gene annotations, and associated phenotypic information, with a particular focus on evergreen ClinVar data. This ensures access to reliable and up-to-date information for variant analysis and interpretation.

    The notable feature of GeneBe.net is its free ACMG pathogenicity calculator. This powerful tool utilizes established ACMG guidelines to assess genetic variants, providing users with a pathogenicity score based on multiple criteria.

    With its user-friendly interface and advanced search functionalities, GeneBe.net facilitates seamless navigation and exploration of genetic data. Researchers and clinicians can rely on this platform to enhance their understanding of gene functions and variant characteristics.

    We value your feedback and suggestions as we strive to improve GeneBe.net continuously. Your insights are essential in our efforts to better serve the scientific community.

    Explore the features of GeneBe.net firsthand by visiting www.genebe.net. We eagerly await your feedback and look forward to hearing about your experiences with the site.

    Sincerely,
    ​Piotr

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