Medical Genomics Japan Variant Database (MGeND) aims to provide the integrated information of genomic variations and clinical characteristics, and to improve clinical interpretation by cross-sectional studies on “Cancer”, “Rare/Intractable disease”, “Infectious Disease”, “Dementia” and “Hearing loss”. This database contains genetic variations and their frequencies with supporting evidence and clinical information that have been provided from research institutions and cooperation hospitals, which were selected for a program for an Integrated Database of Clinical and Genomic Information supported by Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED). The list of research institutions and hospitals providing data is available.
* Currently, we are only accepting submissions from research institutions selected for this program.
The curation provided on MGeND is performed by collaborating institutions who submit variants and their curation results. MGeND does not validate the interpretation for a variant or review criteria and evidence for interpretation used by submitters.

In the case of disagreement for interpretations by submitters, MGeND does not determine which is correct, and provides the interpretation provided by each submitter.
Privacy Policy
The information of access users (IP address and query parameters) are saved in log files to control unauthorized access and to improve our service. The statistics of usage collected from these log files are only used for an annual report for AMED and discussion in MGeND. We will not sell, share, or otherwise distribute the information that we will collect to a third parties except as provided in this Privacy Policy.
Data Usage Policies and Disclaimers
The access to MGeND is subject to the terms and conditions described below. Your use of MGeND constitutes your agreement to these terms and conditions.
The contents on MGeND have been compiled with meticulous care, and we will make an effort to keep information up-to-date. However, we take no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or up-to-dateness of any of this web site, and the information are subject to change without notice.
The information on MGeND is not intended for direct diagnostic or medical decision-making. MGeND shall not be liable any trouble and damage occur to user or any third party through using the information on this web site.
If user publishes the study results using data obtained from MGeND, please consider citing our publications described on this page.
User must not use the information on MGeND to attempt to identify and/or contact any person who has contributed to constructing this web site.
Ethics Approval
MGeND is operated according to ethical approval from the Ethics Committee of Kyoto University Graduate School, Faculty of Medicine and Kyoto University Hospital.
Announcement of implementation of database research project (Japanese Only).
Department of Biomedical Data Intelligence,
Graduate School of Medicine,
Kyoto University
54 Shogoin-Kawaharacho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto,

For inquiries on data submission:

MGeND Data Submission Committee
Email: info@mgend.med.kyoto-u.ac.jp
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