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MTHFR i numbers from 23andme

Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by sleepingbeautycan, May 10, 2016.

  1. sleepingbeautycan

    sleepingbeautycan

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    You know the i numbers from 23andme that you can't look up? Well I spent some time and mapped them by using the process explained to me by @Sea and @Valentijn and I went through the MTHFR gene and mapped the i numbers into rs numbers. Some of them don't have a rs number and those are listed as a "?". I did this with my 23andme data which was v4, if you have any you are curious about I can look them up for you. Many of the ones that are listed are pathogenic but really really rare (I hope). I am a data nut so more data is better.

    I created it in excel. So I uploaded it onto google docs:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxY0fZP9AEREZTZhWm1ScjBjOWc/view?usp=sharing

    Good luck
     
  2. caledonia

    caledonia

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    Great job on the chart. What does MAF mean?
     
  3. sleepingbeautycan

    sleepingbeautycan

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    It is the Minor Allele Frequency. It basically is a measure of how many times an allele happens in the population.
     

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