|chr||Indicates the chromosome|
|bploc||The basepair location in GRCm38 coordinates.|
|gene||A single gene symbol associated with the location,
derived from the
dbSNP annotation field.
If more than one gene is reported at the location, this field will contain [>1gene]
and the dbsnp_annot field must be examined.
|consequence||Variation effect associated with the location.
If more than one variation effect was reported, or if more than one gene is reported at the location, this field
will contain [multi], and the dbsnp_annot field must be examined.
|dbsnp_annot||dbSNP variation annotation in the form
Variation effect codes are described here.
The amino acid product aa is stated for coding sites (one character for Cs, two characters for Cn).
Where multiple variation effect terms or genes are reported this construct is repeated and each instance is separated by a plus sign (+).
To see transcript IDs and other info you can visit MPD, do a SNP retrieval
on the specific location, and then click on the dbSNP rs number, or Sanger (S) linkouts.
|These 3 fields taken together are similar to the Distance column in HTML lists, and are
available with retrievals based on a gene symbol, location or rs number.
Otherwise these fields will be blank.
dist1 is the location's basepair distance relative to the retrieval target.
dist2 indicates relativity to the retrieval target.
in .... distance within feature (start counting at 5' end)
up ... distance upstream
dn ... distance downstream
fr ..... distance from edge (for retrieval targets with no orientation)
dist3 identifies the retrieval target (gene symbol, rs number, etc.).
For chromosome location targets it will simply be loc.
|source||Data set source(s). One or more
data set citation numbers.
|id||dbSNP refSNP (rs) number for the location.|
|observed||Observed alleles (or SV type information for SVs).
[More info]. |
|One field for each strain. [More info].|