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The SFARI Gene database is constantly evolving. Information on the latest updates and additions to the database can be found here.

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SFARI Gene release notes for Q1 2018

April 17, 2018

A total of 17 new genes were added to the Human Gene module, and additions were made to the Gene Scoring, CNV, and Animal Models modules.
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SFARI Gene Research Highlights

February 1, 2018

One of our goals for the redesign and relaunch of SFARI Gene is to keep users better informed about published papers that use the database to advance autism research in creative ways. Here are a few examples of how the database has been used and cited during the second half of 2017.
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SFARI Gene release notes for Q4 2017

January 18, 2018

A total of 20 new genes were added to the Human Gene module, and additions were made to the Gene Scoring, CNV, and Animal Models modules.
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Third-Party Gene Scores Added

December 5, 2017

We are happy to announce a new addition to the gene scoring module of SFARI Gene: scores and rankings from an additional six published approaches to evaluating the strength of the evidence implicating each gene in autism risk.

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SFARI Gene release notes for Q3 2017

October 25, 2017

A total of 60 new genes were added to the Human Gene module, and additions were made to the Gene Scoring, CNV, and Animal Models modules.
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SFARI Gene release notes for Q2 2017

October 12, 2017

A total of 29 new genes were added to the Human Gene module, and additions were made to the Gene Scoring, CNV, and Animal Model modules.
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SFARI Gene Release Notes for Q1 2017

July 10, 2017

A total of 22 new genes were added to the Human Gene module, and additions were made to the Gene Scoring, CNV, and Animal Model modules
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Welcome to the Newly Redesigned SFARI Gene

June 22, 2017

We are delighted to announce the launch of a redesigned version of SFARI Gene. The updated platform features a streamlined user interface, new data visualizations, improved search capability, and, most importantly, a continued commitment to the rigorous and thorough curation users have come to expect.
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