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HGBASE: a database of SNPs and other variations in and around human genes

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HGBASE: a database of SNPs and other variations in and around human genes
Human genome polymorphism is expected to play a key role in defining the etiologic basis of phenotypic differences between individuals in aspects such as drug responses and common disease predisposition. Relevant functional DNA changes will probably be located in or near to transcribed sequences, and include many single nucleotide polymorphisms. To aid the future analysis of such genome variation, HGBASE (Human Genic Bi-Allelic SEquences) was constructed as a means to gather human gene-linked polymorphisms from all possible public sources, and show these as a non-redundant set of records in a standardized and user-friendly database endowed with text and sequence based search facilities. After 1 year of presence on the WWW, the HGBASE project has compiled data for over 22 000 records, and this number continues to triple every 6
Anthony J. Brookes, Heikki Lehväslaiho, Maria
Added 19 Dec 2010
Updated 19 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2000
Where NAR
Authors Anthony J. Brookes, Heikki Lehväslaiho, Marianne Siegfried, Jana G. Boehm, Yan P. Yuan, Chandra M. Sarkar, Peer Bork, J. Flavio R. Ortigao
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