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Posted 27 December 2019 - 08:46 PM



Im new to SNP studies and Im looking to clear a few doubts.


There are several studies identifying SNPs near gene loci via genome wide association studies (GWAS). I understand a SNP is significant if it has a genome wide significance of P < 5 × 10−8


If a particular SNP has been identified 

rs2487032 (A), p value 9.20 × 10−14 in disease vs control samples in GWAS


Does this mean that anyone in the population with this SNP 

 rs2487032 (A) has a high association with that particular disease, if the allele in place is A? 


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