Markers with p-values upload for temporary viewing in the context of public HGVbaseG2P data
SNP frequencies and LD plots from four HapMap panels are available within the HGVbaseG2P Browser
Exporting of regions of GWAS data to UCSC and Ensembl genome browsers
Implementation of HPO ontologies
General website GUI enhancements
New data sets include:
53 studies (HGVST515-568) from the NHGRI GWAS Catalog
Last week I attended Science Online London for the second time and, like last year, enjoyed it a great deal. There's already been bucketloads of SOLO10 coverage on Twitter (http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23solo10), FriendFeed (http://friendfeed.com/solondon) and elsewhere, which I won't add to here. I do however want to highlight a blog post by Martin Fenner who - with assistance from Geoff Bilder and myself - chaired a breakout session on ORCID:
To celebrate the first 10 years of Nature Reviews Genetics, we asked eight leading researchers for their views on the key developments in genetics and genomics in the past decade and the prospects for the future.
Here, the analysis of 'HapMap 3' is reported — a public data set of genomic variants in human populations. The resource integrates common and rare single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and copy number polymorphisms (CNPs) from 11 global populations, providing insights into population-specific differences among variants. It also demonstrates the feasibility of imputing newly discovered rare SNPs and CNPs.
G2P Knowledge Centre is part of GEN2PHEN and funded by the Health Thematic Area of the Cooperation Programme of the European Commission
within the VII Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development.