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Two genes in one SNP
... I am wondering how to interpret the following sample data: rs_number;gene rs11980782;AGMO-MEOX2 rs1800497;ANKK1|DRD2 (semicolons used as column separator) How is the relationship between the SNP and the gene described? Both cases has two different genes annotated for the particular rs ...
gene snp written 2 days ago by first30 • updated 2 days ago by zx87546.8k
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Data changes between reference assemblies
... Was there a change in the reference allele and/or alternate allele for a snp which occurred when a new reference assembly was released or even between builds (e.g. the reference allele in the previous assembly is now the alternative allele in the new assembly)? I am asking specifically for changes f ...
genome assembly written 10 weeks ago by first30 • updated 10 weeks ago by Emily_Ensembl17k
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Genotypes from different strand for same variant position
... In terms of genotypes and strand information, would a sample genotype AG be equivalent to GA? And would genotype AG be equivalent to CT or TC for the same variant position? ...
genotype strand written 3 months ago by first30 • updated 3 months ago by finswimmer11k
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Comment: C: Why do genes have multiple consequences for the same SNP?
... Unfortunately I do not have any information on the processing of the data. But what I'm asking is whether the actual transcript or RNA of an individual is actually identified, like how genotypes of individuals are indentified, or the transcript data is just queried and filtered from a database. ...
written 5 months ago by first30
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Comment: C: Why do genes have multiple consequences for the same SNP?
... So, I suspect the latter but are transcripts actually identified from the sample much like genotypes are or simply based on the filters set by the researcher? ...
written 5 months ago by first30
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Comment: C: Why do genes have multiple consequences for the same SNP?
... Hi! Thanks for the information. I have actually come across the concept of transcripts and RNA's a while ago. It actually made me wonder why such important information is not included in the data I received. ...
written 5 months ago by first30
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Why do genes have multiple consequences for the same SNP?
... I am an IT guy developing a database for genotype data of samples and I am confused when I look up a snp in NCBI, the genes listed for that SNP sometimes have multiple consequences (intron, missense, upstream, etc.) but on the data that I received only one of those consequences is listed. ...
gene snp written 5 months ago by first30

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