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Old 12-01-2012, 02:24 PM   #1
Jay_Z
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Default SNP database for searching rs# (refSNP)

Hi, does anyone know if I can easily find out the rs# (refSNP) from a SNP database through a known mutation, such as EGFR c.2573T>G (L858R) ?

Right now I have to dig very hard from NIH's dbsnp to pin point the rs#.

Thanks in advance.
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