Find data on linkage among a bunch of known SNPs
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Ram 37k

Hi,

I apologize if the question is too basic.

I am working on a bunch of known human SNPs, and I was wondering if there was any way to study if these SNPs are linked and might occur on the same haplotype in a non-random frequency. Is this type of study called Linkage Disequilibrium? How do I perform such a study, and am I missing data points?

Any help and/or pointers on this would really help me. Thank you in advance for your response.

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Ram

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Thank you, Sukhdeep. That is an amazing resource. Just wondering - I just have a bunch of known rs#, would I need to find the VCF files as well?

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what is rs#

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SNP identifier from dbSNP.

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Sorry, I don't know about that.

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It's OK, Sukhdeep. The link you gave me will help me get started on my search. Thank you so much for the pointer!

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