Genetic Data Report
Gene Discovery Method
ALSoD vs ALSdb mutations
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GWAS by Fogh 2013
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This website has cool articles on different topics.
Thanks for the nice site. It was very useful for me.
This is a wonderful website. Many thanks go to the researchers who have contributed to this project. I just have a small question: For the gene SCN7A, I think the quoted paper might not be related to this gene. Please double check
"I just came across your site as a result of reading an article in which it is referenced (Ticozzi et al., Archiv. Italiennes de Biologie 149: 65-82, 2011). Thank you. It is a good site".....
Congratulations and thank you for this realy exhaustive web page. It would be also useful if the ALS associated genes identified in GWA studies would be listed separately with the significant SNPs listed close by for an easier search.
"Your online database is fabulous. I am sure John and Richard will support the idea of sharing our results on an online platform"...
The database is quite useful but I never fully understood why certain SOD1 mutations were reported and provide the link of a paper but then in the number of subjects affected by that mutation it'd say 0 (zero). That continues to be confusing. Maybe you should add a note clarifying that.
This is a great project, I will help add to the database. Please can you provide the appropriate login/password to enter data. I tried to enter TARDBP, but this was not accepted.Many thanks for your help.
It is a geat pleasure to contribute to the SOD database.
It is my pleasure to join SOD database and support ALS genetic testing.
I'm not clear as to the purpose of this database. It would be useful to be able to search for a specific area of MND/ALS research, and have links to groups who are working in that area.
I would like to contribute SOD database.
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