SFARI Gene is an evolving database for the autism research community that is centered on genes implicated in autism susceptibility.
Drosophila and zebrafish models added to SFARI GeneLearn More
The Human Gene module provides researchers around the world with instant access to the most up-to-date information on all known human genes associated with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).Explore the Database
New genetic links to autism are being discovered every day. To more accurately assess potential genetic causes, SFARI Gene assigns every gene in the database with a score reflecting the strength of the evidence linking it to the development of autism.Explore Gene Scoring
By including data from various animal models, the SFARI Gene database provides researchers with valuable information that can be used to help identify underlying mechanisms of ASD and ultimately improve treatments.Explore Animal Models
The Protein Interaction (PIN) module of SFARI Gene is an interactive visual reference that showcases all known protein interactions of gene products associated with ASD.Explore Protein Interactions
Copy Number Variants
Copy number variation is considered to be one of the leading genetic causes of ASD. SFARI Gene's Copy Number Variant (CNV) module provides users with data on all known CNVs associated with ASD.Explore CNVs