- The FLCN Mutation Database is a comprehensive and up-to-date database of sequence variation in the FLCN gene, hosted by LOVD and freely available to all (Lim et al., 2010).
It is recognised by the Human Genome Variation Society and is curated by Dr. Derek Lim (University of Birmingham Medical School, UK) of the European Birt-Hogg-Dubé Consortium.
This database contains published and novel unpublished data and your submissions are encouraged!
For a table detailing all FLCN mutations as described in this database (up to January 2015), click on the link below:
- www.skingenedatabase.com is a second FLCN mutation database, also hosted by LOVD and freely available to all.
It is curated by Wei and colleagues at the National Cancer Institute, NIH, USA (Wei et al., 2009).
More detailed information can be found in: What is BHD? – FLCN mutation databases
Further reading: all literature relating to this information, plus more, can be found in the BHD Literature Database.