Question: What is the reference snp and alternative snp in dbsnp window?
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9 weeks ago by
sjunlee890
sjunlee890 wrote:

When I searched SNP "rs2976396" in dbsnp and the result is below.

rs2976396 [Homo sapiens]
GTGGACTGAGTAGAACTGGAGGACA[A/G]GAGTCGACGTGAGTTCCTGGGAGTC

Alleles G>A

What is the reference SNP and alternative SNP?

I would like to know how to interpret this.

Thanks advanced.

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 9 weeks ago by ATpoint14k • written 9 weeks ago by sjunlee890
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9 weeks ago by
ATpoint14k
Germany
ATpoint14k wrote:

G is the reference allele and A the alternative allele. G is changed into A, which is represented by G>A. The allele frequences (how often does this particular genotype occur in the studies population) is also indicated on dbSNP.

ADD COMMENTlink modified 9 weeks ago • written 9 weeks ago by ATpoint14k

Thank you for your reply!

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