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Old 02-15-2011, 04:01 AM   #1
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Default dbSNP question

Hi all,

We encountered the following issue in SNPdb.

585 NC_000001 14929 14930 rs6682385 0 + A A A/G genomic single by-cluster,by-2hit-2allele,by-hapmap 0.5 0 unknown exact 3
585 NC_000001 14929 14930 rs75454623 0 + A A A/G genomic single by-cluster,by-frequency 0.48 0.09798 unknown exact 3

We see that for chromosomal locations multiple SNPs can be found in the database, with exactly the same variant.

Say i now find a SNP at this location, which SNPdb ID should i use? I want to incoorporate the dbSNP ID in a table. Which SNP's are more valuable?

Kind regards,
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