Is it possible to infer whether a patient is with homozygous with the alternative alleles (at two different location)
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cwwong13 • 0

I am using UK biobank SNP array data. I know that each of the SNP is represented in a row. However, I would like to get insight from gene-level results: that is whether an individual who has both alleles are in the form of an alternative allele (the one with less AF).

I know it is relatively easy to know if an individual is homozygous to a particular SNP, my question is to see if that is also possible to know if, for instance, an individual is heterozygous in SNP 1 and heterozygous in SNP 2, and these SNPs are located in different chromatin.

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