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D2GSNP: a web server for the selection of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms within human disease genes.
Hyo Jin Kang, Tae Hui Hong, Won Hyong Chung, Young Uk Kim, Jin Hee Jung, So Hyun Hwang, A Reum Han, Young Joo Kim
National Genome Information Center, Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Daejeon, Korea.
D2GSNP is a web-based server for the selection of single nucleotide polymorph isms (SNPs) within genes related to human diseases. The D2GSNP is based on a relational database created by downloading and parsing OMIM, GAD, and dbSNP, and merging it with positional information of UCSC Golden Path. Totally our server provides 5,142 and 1,932 non-redundant disease genes from OMIM and GAD, respectively. With the D2GSNP web interface, users can select SNPs within genes responding to certain diseases and get their flanking sequences for further genotyping experiments such as association studies.
Keywords: SNP; disease gene; association study


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