2:127892810:C:T (rs6733839)

AAATCTCTGTTCTGCTTCTTAAAAAC/TACCCTTTTCCCCTTTTTACTTTCAG

single-nucleotide variant

ADSP Variant WGS

WGS Filter Status: PASS: pass in both GATK and ATLAS

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NOTE: Corresponding records for this variant may not exist in the ExAC or GTex resources.

Genomic Context

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Population Frequencies

Alternative/minor allele frequencies reported by various studies or from standard resources (1000 Genomes, dbSNP, ExAC) for specific populations.

When the population is identified as Global, it typically refers to a meta-value calculated across all populations in the study or resource; mouse over for more information.

Frequencies are reported as documented in the orignial data source or calculated as a ratio of observed-to-total, where the numerator (observed samples) is the number of chromosomes in the study with the minor allele present.

Data sources are listed in the documentation.

The 1000Genomes Phase 1 frequencies were obtained from dbSNP.

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Population Ethnicity Resource Allele Frequency
GAF Global 1000 Genomes Phase 1 T 0.395
AFR African 1000 Genomes Phase 3 T 0.402
AMR Ad Mixed American 1000 Genomes Phase 3 T 0.463
EAS East Asian 1000 Genomes Phase 3 T 0.372
EUR European 1000 Genomes Phase 3 T 0.380
GAF Global 1000 Genomes Phase 3 T 0.395
SAS South Asian 1000 Genomes Phase 3 T 0.376
KGAF Global Kaviar T 0.393

Variant-based Trait Associations (GWAS)

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The following variants have been found to be associated with Alzheimer's disease in a GWAS study:

NIAGADS: Alzheimer's Disease

NIAGADS AD GWAS summary statistics datasets in which this variant has a genome-wide significance supported by a p-value ≤ 5 x 10-8.

For exome array studies, a cutoff of p-value < 1 x 10-3 was used.

Click on accession numbers to view a detailed report about the dataset or to request access to the data.

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Allele p-Value Track Accession
T 6.9e-44
IGAP 2013: Stages 1 and 2
NG00036
T 1.7e-26
IGAP 2013: Stage 1
NG00036
T 3.3e-17
Transethnic LOAD: All Samples
NG00056
T 3.9e-17
IGAP (2013): ADGC Subset
NG00053
T 9.2e-9
Transethnic LOAD: APOE e4 Non-Carriers
NG00056

NHGRI GWAS Catalog: Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's Disease-related annotations for the dbSNP refSNP associated with this variant in the NHGRI GWAS Catalog.

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Allele Gene Frequency p-Value Odds Ratio/Beta Trait EFO Study Design Study
T LOC105373605 0.409 7.0e-44 1.22 Alzheimers disease EFO_0000249 8,572 European ancestry cases, 11,312 European ancestry controls Meta-analysis of 74,046 individuals identifies 11 new susceptibility loci for Alzheimer's disease. PMID: 24162737
T LOC105373605 0.410 1.0e-9 1.2 Alzheimers disease EFO_0000249 1,250 European ancestry cases, 536 European ancestry controls A novel Alzheimer disease locus located near the gene encoding tau protein. PMID: 25778476
T LOC105373605 0.430 3.0e-6 0.3288 Alzheimer's disease neuropathologic change EFO_0006801 N/A Genome-Wide Association Meta-analysis of Neuropathologic Features of Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias. PMID: 25188341

The following variants have been associated with AD-relevant neuropathologies in a GWAS study:

NIAGADS: Related neuropathologies and AD biomarkers

NIAGADS AD GWAS summary statistics datasets in which this variant has a genome-wide significance supported by a p-value ≤ 5 x 10-8.

For exome array studies, a cutoff of p-value < 1 x 10-3 was used.

Click on accession numbers to view a detailed report about the dataset or to request access to the data.

NHGRI: Other Traits (incl. related neuropathologies and AD biomarkers)

Trait associations for the dbSNP refSNP associated with this variant in the NHGRI GWAS Catalog.

Predicted Variant Effect

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Combined Annotation Dependent Depletion (CADD) PHRED-normalized scores.

The higher the score, the more deleterious the substitution is predicted to be.

PHRED-normalized scores indicate ranked deleteriousness across ~8.6 billion SNVs on the human genome (GRCh37/hg19).

A normalized-score ≥10 indicates that the variant is predicted to be among the 10% most deleterious substitutions on the human genome.

A score ≥20 indicates that the variant is among the top 1% most deleterious.

The ranked deleteriousness of this variant (CADD PHRED-score) is: 12.59

This variant is not associated with any genes or transcripts, but may have predicted effects in intergenic or intronic regions. See tables below for more information.

All Predictd Effects (incl. intergenic)

Most Severe Predicted Effects

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Group By: Analysis Consequence Impact Gene

Analysis Gene Ranked Over Consequence Impact
SnpEff BIN1 all transcripts intergenic region MODIFIER

Functional Genomics

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Transcription Factor Occupancy (CATO)
contextual analysis of transcription factor occupancy (CATO) scores precomputed for dbSNP 142 in humans (hg19)

Transcription Factor Binding Site Overlap (ENCODE ChIP-SEQ)

DNase Hotspots Overlap (ENCODE DNase-SEQ)

Expressed Enhancer Overlap (FANTOM5)