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
G patch domain containing 2LO032039RGPATCH211q41
Sites List: 
See Sites List
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
rs171946rs171946   21760022876
rs265125rs265125   21762043079
rs12058216rs12058216   21762997575
rs2818973rs2818973   217637075114
rs7522803rs7522803   21764559376
rs2998901rs2998901   21765713775
rs3790729rs3790729   21767122376
rs4846415rs4846415   217680035116
rs1930301rs1930301   217704670114
rs11806776rs11806776   21771086375
rs1242758rs1242758   217714784114
rs4846419rs4846419   217715564114
rs12408022rs12408022   21771878976
rs17046592rs17046592   21771915975
rs10495060rs10495060   217727217116
rs17666128rs17666128   21772835475
rs11805706rs11805706   21773464875
rs2042525rs2042525   217739036114
rs12132259rs12132259   217744236114
rs17666266rs17666266   21774680278
rs10863324rs10863324   21774796575
rs12097653rs12097653   21775369878
rs11117887rs11117887   21775478375
rs10863327rs10863327   21776026475
rs11583496rs11583496   217762620114
rs12045640rs12045640   21776544975
rs10746368rs10746368   21776575276
rs10863330rs10863330   21776608475
rs12024821rs12024821   217769794114
rs7545182rs7545182   21777005851
rs11117895rs11117895   21777253975
rs11117896rs11117896   21778047278
rs10495061rs10495061   21778128875
rs12749938rs12749938   21778381078
rs17723306rs17723306   21778409275

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 "Data unpublished".


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