Question: How to validate a ss and rs for SNPs?
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15 months ago by
MichaelTrev10
MichaelTrev10 wrote:

Hello, I have a many of SNP from SNPchimp base, and for example, in two files I have the same rs number, with the same position and same chromosome, but another ss.

Example: (chip_name, rs,ss,allels,orient, allels1, allels2, chromosome, positionOnChromosome)

Bov_IDBv2   rs17871566  ss28451907  A/G     forward     A/G     A/G     1   138583183

and:

Bov_IlluHD  rs17871566  ss251326633     A/G     forward     A/G     A/G     1   138583183

I have to be sure that rs are the same, and this is not just a mistake. So I would like to check if both "ss" refer to the same "rs". Where can I check it? dbSNP worked before but now it's only for human snps (?) in my case its cow SNPs, but now it does not search for "ss". Can anyone help?

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 14 months ago by Kevin Blighe61k • written 15 months ago by MichaelTrev10
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14 months ago by
Kevin Blighe61k
Kevin Blighe61k wrote:

Each variant that is submitted to dbSNP is assigned a unique 'ss' number. In some cases, 2 or more submissions (and, thus, two or more ss numbers) will actually relate to the same variant. So, in such cases, we will have a single rs ID with multiple ss IDs.

Kevin

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