User: Fatemeh Nabizadeh

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Intronic VUS variant
... Hello! In a deaf sibling, we have found an intronic homozygote VUS variant (a point mutation), which is more than 100 bases away from the gene's splice sites. (NGS results have been confirmed by sanger sequencing) How can we support the pathogenicity of this variant in silico? ...
vus intron written 13 days ago by Fatemeh Nabizadeh10
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Comment: C: How Can I understand which allele is dominant?
... I have 88 individuals (45 cases and 43 healthy controls) whom their genotype, haplotope and hormonal levels were checked. I don't know much about statistics but I think a logistic regression test would be correct as I want to report an OR (odds ratio) at last. For example, I wanna conclude that TC h ...
written 23 months ago by Fatemeh Nabizadeh10
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Comment: C: How Can I understand which allele is dominant?
... I think maybe we can consider each individual as two. For example in a patient with T/C and T/T haplotypes, and hormone concentration of 2ng/dl: I would consider 2 subjects; 1. T/C with hormone concentration of 2ng/dl and 2. T/T with hormone concentration of 2ng/dl. What's your idea? ...
written 23 months ago by Fatemeh Nabizadeh10
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Comment: C: How Can I understand which allele is dominant?
... You are right WouterDeCoster. I exactly want to find out the relationship between my haplotypes and hormonal concentration. According to the data from SNP-analyzer, I have 3 haplotypes (2 SNPs): CT(h1)...TC(h2)...TT(h3) Every subject has 2 haplotypes (paternal & maternal), like this: h1,h2 or h ...
written 23 months ago by Fatemeh Nabizadeh10
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Comment: C: How Can I understand which allele is dominant?
... Thank you WouterDeCoster! So what should I do for haplotype analysis? I thought that if I know which allele is dominant or recessive, I can resolve my problem! For Example if the T allele is **dominant** for each SNP, in a patient having T/C for SNP1 and T/C for SNP2, I can report her/his haplotype ...
written 23 months ago by Fatemeh Nabizadeh10
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Comment: C: How Can I understand which allele is dominant?
... Thank you h.mon! Do you remember my last question? --- I have 2 SNPs which are in linkage disequilibrium. Each one containing 2 alleles (T and C). AND I have 4 genotypes: SNP1 T/C...SNP2 T/C ////// SNP1 CC...SNP2 T/T ///// SNP1 T/T...SNP2 C/C ////// SNP1 T/C...SNP 2 T/T. SNPanalyzer gave me 3 hap ...
written 23 months ago by Fatemeh Nabizadeh10 • updated 23 months ago by finswimmer14k
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How Can I understand which allele is dominant?
... I have 2 SNPs having no association with the disease of interest in our study. I don't know how can I find out which allele is dominant or recessive? There is almost no data about that in previous articles! Is there a database or anything to help me? ...
snp written 23 months ago by Fatemeh Nabizadeh10 • updated 23 months ago by WouterDeCoster44k
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Comment: C: Can you please help me in my haplotype analysis?
... Thank you for your reply! I have 2 SNPs which are in linkage disequilibrium. Each one containing 2 alleles (T and C). AND I have 4 genotypes: 1. SNP1 T/C...SNP2 T/C 2. SNP1 CC...SNP2 T/T 3. SNP1 T/T...SNP2 C/C 4. SNP1 T/C...SNP 2 T/T SNPanalyzer gave me 3 haplotypes as I mentioned; CT, TC and TT ...
written 24 months ago by Fatemeh Nabizadeh10
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Can you please help me in my haplotype analysis?
... Hello everybody Can you please help me in my haplotype analysis? I want to find out the relationship between my haplotypes and hormonal concentrations. According to the data from SNP-analyzer, I have 3 haplotypes (2 SNPs): TT(h1)...TC(h2)...CC(h3) Every subject has 2 haplotypes, like this: h1,h2 o ...
spss haplotype written 24 months ago by Fatemeh Nabizadeh10

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