Total variant count: 14401086
from 574 sequenced individuals
with contributions from  
The Variant Database, developed at the Australian National University, provides a web-based framework for exploring genetic variation across a range of diseases. This tool facilitates variant analysis enabling researchers to browse and prioritize variants that may be influential in disease pathogenesis.
Some of the key features are:
  • Brings together phenotype-genotype associations, cohort-based analysis, and family studies under one user-friendly interface.
  • Search and filter variants based on gene, patient ID, frequency, pathogencity, genetic coordinates, consequence, disease status, phenotypes and more
  • Genotype-to-phenotype and Phenotype-to-genotype based searching
  • Private access to variants are available through SSL encrypted authentication, segregated and shared with defined user groups.
  • Reports exportable to Excel format
  • VCF, BAM downloads
  • Exon coverage reports
  • Search profiles
  • Smart gene search
  • Health reports
  • IGV genome browser
  • Can scale to billions of variants
For more information about the database please contact Philip Wu at


Search Search screenshot
Family trees Genogram screenshot
Filters Filters screenshot
Phenotype Filters Filters screenshot
IGV Genome Browser Filters screenshot