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openfree Variome.net: difference among individuals & populations in one species.

 

Point Variation

 

The variome.net is an openfree web resource and encyclopedia of world wide SNP (Single Nucleotide Polymorphism), SV, Indels, CNV, and other variants. Variome.net aims to support the international genome variance researches by collecting, organizing, analyzing, and disseminating variome information.  

 
What are Variome and Variomics?


Are humans a single species?: Yes, but with many diverse sub puplations from ancient and modern propagations.

 

Ethnic variomes:

   KoVariome  |  Chinese variome  |  Japanese variome

   AsianVariome

 

openfree variome information guildeline

Current Research (Please list your projects here)
 

Resources

Web Resources 

     
Research results

 


Broadly External Links

a PASNP site: Pan Asia SNP project related site.
Biopedia
siphs:a life sciences community,
Medicine and molecular biology DB
dbGap: a Database of Genome Wide Association Studies
FESTA tagSNP picker
Haplo, Haplot
Allele Frequency Database at Yale. USA

Q & A

Opinions
 

Meetings and conferences
International Meetings on Variome
 

SNP Basics

Variome Server at PGI, GRF.

 

Variomics and SNP References
 

    1. Prichard et al, 2000, Inference of Population Structure Using Multilocus Genotype Data, Genetics, 155, 945-959.
    2. Bowcock et al, 1994, High resolution of human evolutionary trees with polymorphic microsatellites, Nature, 368, 31, 455-457.
    3. Shriver et al, 2004, The genome distribution of population substructure in four populations using 8,524 autosomal SNPs.
    4. Shriver et al, 2005, Large-scale SNP analysis reveals clustered and continuous patterns o f human genetic variation.
    5. Adeyemo et al, 2005, Genetic structure in four West African population groups.
    6. Chakraborty and Jin, 1993, A unified approach to study hypervariable polymorphisms: Statistical considerations of determining relatedness and population distances.
 

 

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