Log in is required

You always need a login to authenticate yourself to access the database. If you are already registered fill out the login page containing the following fields.

Email: Type your email. E.g. 123@xyz.com
Password: Provide your password.

Click the Login button to access your account.


Register

If you do not have account use, the registration link to get register.


How to make search

There are two inquiry alternatives in our database which are as follows

Basic search

Near East University Genetic Mutation Database can be searched by entering the disease name or gene name in basic search field.

Advanced search

There are six ways Near East University Genetic Mutation Database may be searched.

Population

The drop down option can help you to select type of population from Cyprus, Turkish and the others.

Ethnic Group

This drop down has an option which allows you to choose from the different branches ethnic groups in Cyprus Island such as Turkish Cypriot, Greek Cypriot or Maronite Cypriot.

Diseases Names

This field can search from the keywords of all the disorders which are present in our database and help the researcher to locate the redundancy of this disorder in the ethnic groups.

Gene Name

This field can scan for the gene includes in the mutation that is available in our database.


Data submission

Researchers and clinicians are welcome to help with their discoveries for the improvement of the NEUGD. To send your contributions, please fill the Submission Form and submit it, after information assessment by Near East University Centre of Excellence Genetics and Cancer Diagnosis Research Center the submitted information will be included into the database.


Using the Data

Near East University Genetic Mutation Database provides information of the frequencies of mutation in studied populations. After getting an approval from the scientific committee of Near East University Centre of Excellence Genetics and Cancer Diagnosis Research Centre, worldwide researchers and clinicians can use these information and DNA sample collections for their studies.