LOVD v.3.0 - Leiden Open Variation Database
Online gene-centered collection and display of DNA variants
Leiden Open Variation Database 3.0
LOVD stands for Leiden Open (source) Variation Database.
LOVD's purpose : To provide a flexible, freely available tool for genomic variant and phenotype collection, display and curation.
LOVD allows both patient-centered and gene-centered views.
LOVD is open source, released under the GPL license, and is actively being improved.
On the server in Leiden, LOVD offers free hosting and support of LOVD-powered gene variant databases.
To maintain a high quality of the data stored, LOVD connects with various resources, like HGNC, NCBI, EBI, VariantValidator, and Mutalyzer.
LOVD 3.0 is the successor of LOVD 2.0. Do you want to know more about the changes between LOVD 2.0 and 3.0?
Want to see what LOVD 3.0 looks like?
VariantValidator and Mutalyzer
LOVD features integration with the VariantValidator and Mutalyzer services, allowing for direct nomenclature checking of sequence variants during the submission process.
|Last modified 2022/10/20 14:33:47 CEST
When using or discussing LOVD please refer to:
Fokkema IF, Kroon M, López Hernández JA, Asscheman D, Lugtenburg I, Hoogenboom J, den Dunnen JT.
The LOVD3 platform: efficient genome-wide sharing of genetic variants.
Eur J Hum Genet (2021).