Acknowledgement: JST acknowledges these databases for assisting our service.
database abbreviation institutes managing database comments dbSNP National center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Single nucleotide polymorphisms, small-scale insertions/deletions, polymorphic repetitive elements, and microsatellite variation HGVbase The Karolinska Institute (Sweden), the European Bioinformatics Institute (UK). The Human Genome Variation Database) is to provide an accurate, high utility and ultimately fully comprehensive catalog of normal human gene and genome variation HapMap HapMap Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory The genotype and frequency data produced as part of the International Haplotype Map Project PharmGKB Stanford University. An integrated resource about how variation in human genes leads to variation in our response to drugs HGMD Cardiff University Human gene mutation database ALFRED Yale University A resource of gene frequency data on human population Ensembl EMBL - European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute (WTSI) The Ensembl project provides automated genome annotation and subsequent visualisation of the annotated genomes. JG-SNP JG-SNP Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Medical Center Number of autopsy cases: 1,375 cases Relationship between geriatric diseases and SNP dbProP dbProP National Institute of Radiological Sciences Information on amino acid polymorphisms and splicing variants found in protein coding region PSC PSC Pharma SNP consortium SNPs and allele frequencies in a pharmacokinetics-related genes JMDBase International Medical Center of Japan 401 Genes & 5914 SNPs DrugBank University of Alberta A comprehensive resource for in silico drug discovery and exploration. A Catalog of Published GWAS National Human Genome Research Institute A Catalog of Published Genome-Wide Association Studies.
The Locus Information has links to the DrugBank database(http://redpoll.pharmacy.ualberta.ca/drugbank/) and it is available to search using "Generic Name" of the drug.
Acknowledgement: JST acknowledges the DrugBank database for assisting our service. please cite the following reference;
Wishart DS et al., DrugBank: a comprehensive resource for in silico drug discovery and exploration.
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