ALFRED: allele frequency database
      The ALlele FREquency Database   
ALFRED is a resource of gene frequency data on human populations
supported by the Yale Center for Medical Informatics.
00ALFRED detailed record information

Locus Information

NameALFRED UIDLocus SymbolChromosomeBand Position
adenosine A3 receptorLO030967ZADORA311p13.2
Sites List: 
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External Resources: Entrez Gene Locus Information   
References: See References
Locus Description: 
Sites within this locus ordered by their chromosomal position in the 37.3 NCBI build:
Site Name
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dbSNP rs#
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reference page)
Chr-PositionStatus# Populations
rs1361135rs1361135   112026954116
rs1361133rs1361133   112027033114
rs3767602rs3767602   11202976378
rs7544118rs7544118   11203220575
rs2789539rs2789539   112032347114
rs7547951rs7547951   11203398375
rs2095731rs2095731   11203447676
rs1628597rs1628597   11203842275
rs1415793rs1415793   112042236114
rs2298191rs2298191   112048264114
rs6537704rs6537704   11205210551
rs17027880rs17027880   11205552875
rs11102292rs11102292   112056187116
rs4838913rs4838913   11206126075
rs6686510rs6686510   112062212114
rs945966rs945966   11207493375
rs12028677rs12028677   11207685675
rs3860202rs3860202   112078158121
rs2798565rs2798565   11207872678
rs10489796rs10489796   112078745114
rs11102303rs11102303   11208012075
rs2364813rs2364813   11208236575
rs2789535rs2789535   11208256475
rs2185029rs2185029   112086030114
rs7553961rs7553961   11209398976
rs1539583rs1539583   11209579675
rs2800901rs2800901   112097666114
rs7534436rs7534436   11210189775
rs1890549rs1890549   11210203079
rs13375429rs13375429   11210332275
rs2800903rs2800903   11210343275
rs2364815rs2364815   112106247114
rs17027995rs17027995   11210638475
rs17028000rs17028000   11210698775
rs10776733rs10776733   112107669114
rs17663802rs17663802   112108667114

- Kenneth K. Kidd et al. "Data unpublished".


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