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Old 02-13-2014, 12:47 PM   #1
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Default SNPs missing in HuGE Navigator

Hi all,
I really like HuGE Navigator's 'Gene Evidence' function where you can find all genes associated with a given disease, including a gene evidence score, which takes into account the numbers of studies done about the association.

However, it appears that when I click on SNPs for an associated gene I basically always so far have received an empty table where no SNPs are listed. Does anyone have a solution for this? Eg. I search for BRCA1 and I get no SNPs annotated? If this feature was working properly the database would be very useful for me.

Thanks for your support!

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