Linking Disease Associations with Regulatory Information in the Human Genome - Companion website
Marc A. Schaub, Alan P. Boyle, Anshul Kundaje, Serafim Batzoglou, Michael Snyder, Stanford University

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Study: Genome-wide association study identifies nidogen 1 (NID1) as a susceptibility locus to cutaneous nevi and melanoma risk. [PMID:21478494]
First author: Nan H
Journal: Hum Mol Genet
Date: 04/09/2011
Phenotype: Cutaneous nevi
Study population: 9,136 European ancestry individuals
Replication population: 3,581 European ancestry individuals
Association P-value: 1 x 10-06
Odds ratio [95% confidence interval]: .06 [0.04-0.08] unit decrease
Gene: PLA2G6
Risk allele: G
Minor allele frequency (controls): 0.46

Lead SNP

Position: chr22:38,569,006 (Open in UCSC Genome Browser)
Distance to nearest TSS: 41,880 bp
GENCODE v7 location: Intron
RegulomeDB Score: 4 - ChIP-seq peak + DNaseI-seq peak (Open in RegulomeDB)

Linkage disequilibrium region

Linkage disequilibrium threshold:
 - In all HapMap 2 populations: r2≥0.8 r2≥0.9 r2=1.0 
 - In the HapMap 2 CEU population r2≥0.8 r2≥0.9 r2=1.0 

No SNPs found for this LD threshold.

This resource uses data from:
 - The NHGRI GWAS catalog (accessed August 10, 2011)
 - The ENCODE project
 - RegulomeDB
 - The HapMap project

Contact: marc.schaub AT
Last modified: 2011-12-15 01:19:25
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