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Showing 2.32 kbp from chr12, positions 54,721,953 to 54,724,272

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To return to the homepage, and for documentation click here. This site was last updated in June 2012. Recent updates have included DNase-sensitivity QTLs (Degner et al. 2012), eQTL from an article under review (Mangravite, Engelhardt, et al.), Estimates of probability of causal SNPs from Gaffney et al. 2012, and eQTL from liver in Innocenti et al. 2011. For the dsQTL track, each QTL is now linked to a set of summary plots. You can download all of the data contained in this browser here.
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recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter recenter Entrez gene: NM_001029 chr12:54721953..54724272 Degner, Pai, Pique-Regi et al. (2012): -log10(P), LCLs,  70 Nigerian HAPMAP ids, DNase sensitivity QTLs (dsQTLs) by DNase-seq: chr12.54722739 a dsQTL for 54721900 to 54722000 chr12:54722739..54722739 All putative eQTL SNPs (linked to details and colored by study and type - Hollow = cis; Solid = trans): chr12.54722739 a dsQTL for 54721900 to 54722000 chr12:54722739..54722739 All putative eQTL SNPs (linked to details and colored by study and type - Hollow = cis; Solid = trans): rs1131017 an eqtl for RPS26 chr12:54722196..54722196
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