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rs528557

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Make rs528557(C;C)
Make rs528557(C;G)
Make rs528557(G;G)
ReferenceGRCh38 38.1/141
Chromosome20
Position3671095
GeneADAM33
is asnp
is mentioned by
dbSNPrs528557
ebirs528557
HLIrs528557
Exacrs528557
Varsomers528557
Maprs528557
PheGenIrs528557
hapmaprs528557
1000 genomesrs528557
hgdprs528557
ensemblrs528557
gopubmedrs528557
geneviewrs528557
scholarrs528557
googlers528557
pharmgkbrs528557
gwascentralrs528557
openSNPrs528557
23andMers528557
23andMe allrs528557
SNP Nexus

SNPshotrs528557
SNPdbers528557
MSV3drs528557
GWAS Ctlgrs528557
GMAF0.371
Max Magnitude
? (C;C) (C;G) (G;G) 28

[PMID 19236319] Smoke exposure interacts with ADAM33 polymorphisms in the development of lung function and hyperresponsiveness

[PMID 16784537OA-icon.png] The role of polymorphisms in ADAM33, a disintegrin and metalloprotease 33, in childhood asthma and lung function in two German populations.

[PMID 19146844] ADAM33 genetic polymorphisms and risk of atopic dermatitis among Japanese children.

[PMID 19284602OA-icon.png] Adam33 polymorphisms are associated with COPD and lung function in long-term tobacco smokers.

[PMID 19317339] Association between ADAM33 polymorphisms and asthma in a Thai population.

[PMID 21179102] Association of ADAM33 gene polymorphisms with asthma in Indian children.

[PMID 22269827] ADAM33 as a psoriasis susceptibility gene in the Han population of northeastern China.


[PMID 22583515] ADAM33 polymorphisms, smoking and asthma in Japanese women: the Kyushu Okinawa Maternal and Child Health Study.


[PMID 23380143] A disintegrin and metalloprotease 33 (ADAM33) gene polymorphisms and the risk of asthma: a meta-analysis.


[PMID 24751681OA-icon.png] Association Study on ADAM33 Polymorphisms in Mite-Sensitized Persistent Allergic Rhinitis in a Chinese Population


[PMID 25768087OA-icon.png] An ADAM33 Polymorphism Associates with Progression of Preschool Wheeze into Childhood Asthma: A Prospective Case-Control Study with Replication in a Birth Cohort Study