I'm a grad student wrapping up a GWAS study (first one I've ever been involved in) and I have a handful of interesting signals. However, the SNPs at the top of those signals don't really turn up anything in Google. Are there any databases I can look at or tools I could use to help me find clinically relevant SNPs that might be in the neighborhood of the significant SNPs found in my study?
I have Googled the genes my SNPs are in, and of course I am able to find information on those, but I was wondering it there is a popular tool to input my rs##### for some SNPs, and it returns well-documented, clinically relevant SNPs that are near it.
I imagine this is a very rudimentary question, but I'm pretty new to GWAS and am getting used to the workflow. I have all these significant SNPs, but at this moment, I'm kind of at the "who cares?" stage where I need to talk about why my findings are important (because they are, dang it!)