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rs1234

From SNPedia

a test snp 0.328905101289
Orientationplus
Stabilizedplus
Geno Mag Summary
(A;A) 2 summary of something bad
(A;C) 1.5 heterozygote for something good
(C;C) 0 normal
Chromosome3
Position123615654
GeneFAKE1
is asnp
is mentioned by
dbSNPrs1234
ebirs1234
HLIrs1234
Exacrs1234
Varsomers1234
Maprs1234
PheGenIrs1234
hapmaprs1234
1000 genomesrs1234
hgdprs1234
ensemblrs1234
gopubmedrs1234
geneviewrs1234
scholarrs1234
googlers1234
pharmgkbrs1234
gwascentralrs1234
openSNPrs1234
23andMers1234
23andMe allrs1234
SNP Nexus

SNPshotrs1234
SNPdbers1234
MSV3drs1234
GWAS Ctlgrs1234
Max Magnitude2
? (A;A) (A;C) (C;C) 27
This page represents an arbitrary SNP. The main text body of a SNP page summarizes the associations between SNP variants and a range of human traits (body height, disease risk, response to drugs, even behavior). The science that supports these associations (peer-reviewed publications with citations) is indicated by links to PubMed abstracts in the form of {{PMID|12345678}} or [PMID 12345678] style citations.

Technically, there was once a valid rs1234, but it has long since been merged into a different identifier, due to the natural changes of that system.

For this reason, on SNPedia, we will use this SNP to explain how to use many key SNPedia features.

To the upper right you will see a box with these fields:

  • is a snp . This tells you that you are looking at a page about a snp. You may sometimes see the words gene or genotype.
  • is mentioned by . This will show you what other pages on SNPedia are related to this snp.
  • dbSNP rs1234 . This will take you to the the graphs of population diversity on its ncbi dbsnp page.
  • hapmap rs1234. overlay snpedia on the hapmap genome
  • ensembl rs1234 . Takes you to the snp report at ensembl
  • google . Automatic google search
  • 23andMe . Links to the 23andMe.com web site where registered users can find their own genotypes for this SNP.
  • 23andMe all. Links to the 23andMe.com web site where registered users can find discussions about this SNP.

The colored box indicates the frequency of each genotype in 4 HapMap populations. CEU is European so the box indicates that 10% of Europeans are (A;A) colored brown, 60% are (A;C) colored green, and 30% are (C;C) colored blue. The Chinese (CHB) and Japanese (JPT) are mainly (C;C). Click on the question mark for more information.