Question: free DATABASE FOR SNP's for diabetes mellitus 2
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2.5 years ago by
neilgupte70
neilgupte70 wrote:

I wanted free downloadable database for snps related to diabetes mellitus 2, any link for the same will be appreciated tried finding out many sites they had seperate snp infos , but i need an all inclusive downloadable dataset !

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In addition to BioMart and depending on which information exactly you are after for all these SNPs for T2D, you can try the Open Targets Platform.

We use SNPs from GWAS, and many other data sources, to link genes to diseases e.g. type II diabetes mellitus. These SNPs are known by us as evidence. This is an example of SNPs used as evidence for type II diabetes mellitus (SNPs located in gene PPARG).

If you want to get this information programmatically, you can try the Open Targets REST-API.

This is one example of a REST API call to download the first 100 results for SNPs from GWAS associated with T2D in .csv and their associations:

https://api.opentargets.io/v3/platform/public/evidence/filter?disease=EFO_0001360&datasource=gwas_catalog&format=csv&size=100

You can also get the entire set of evidence (e.g. SNPs) from our data download page.

ADD REPLYlink modified 2.5 years ago • written 2.5 years ago by Denise CS5.1k

thanks alot for the reply .....The given site had all the information what I wanted,can continue my further work now

ADD REPLYlink written 2.5 years ago by neilgupte70
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Hi neilgupte7,

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2.5 years ago by
finswimmer14k
Germany
finswimmer14k wrote:

Hello,

maybe this is not what you understand by "all inclusive", but you should try biomart.

Select "Ensembl Variation 93" as database and "Human Short Variants" as dataset.

Under "Filter" you will find "GENERAL VARIANT FILTERS" and there a list of phenotype. Select what ever you want (with CTRL+Mouse-Click you can select multiple entrys).

Under "Attributes" you can select what informations should be included in the output.

fin swimmer

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